The Shreveport Aquarium. is celebrating its "Shark Week" from July 24-31.

This is what the Shreveport Aquarium had to say about their upcoming 'Shark Week":

Enjoy ongoing family-friendly activities, giveaways, feedings and more. Win a prize on the FIN FACT FRENZY quiz trail, get a shark tattoo, meet Sherlock, hunt for fossilized shark teeth, observe shark feedings, attend a shark birthday party and so much more! Aquarium Members visiting in July receive a free SHARK WEEK pin!

You and your kids can experience Shark eek with a search for fossilized shark teeth shark feedings and even a birthday party for Zenone the Zebra's 5th birthday party on July 26 at 3 pm. If you have not been to the Shreveport Aquarium here are just some of the great things you can experience.

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The view from the main tunnel lets you see a lot of the great fish in the aquarium.

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The bubble in this picture is actually a spot you can sit in to get up close to the fish.

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You can actually pet starfish and shrimp at the aquarium.

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The aquarium has a large tank that will let you pet little rays.

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And let's not forget the displays where you can see jellyfish up close.

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Regular admission prices are $15 for ages 13+, $12 for ages 3-12, and kids 2 and under are free.

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