A renowned Japanese aquarium named Kamo and Berlin zoo plan to set up a partnership together by the end of 2014. Kamo was previously featured in the Guinness Book of World Records for its jellyfish exhibit. These two aquariums plan to exchange their marine creatures on a mutual agreement. Jellyfish breeding made Kamo aquarium well famous all across the length and breadth of the globe. It is estimated that about five lakh people visited Kamo aquarium in between the time frame June 2014 to September 2014. Berlin aquarium officials are keen to learn more about jellyfish breeding techniques employed at Kamo. Mutual partnership is a great opportunity for Kamo aquarium employees to study specialties of European jellyfish.
“We are very proud that the world’s best aquarium chose our small regional aquarium as a partner”, says Director of Kamo. Authorities of both zoos are working out details officially to sign partnership agreement. Berlin zoological garden is referred as one of the largest zoos in the entire world. Osamu Shimomura, 2008 Nobel Prize winner in chemistry, is serving as an honorary director of Kamo aquarium. Number of visitors in Kamo aquarium increased significantly after the jellyfish exhibit began. Increasing business performance through jellyfish demonstration became a reality in this Japanese zoo. Partnership between Kamo and Berlin zoos will benefit fisheries science innovations significantly.
Via[News on Japan]