The big draw at the Lisbon Oceanarium is the 2,000 pound ocean sunfish. Due to my profound ignorance about marine life, I imagined a sunfish to be something like this, only, you know, not a little girl, but a FISH.
Turns out, an ocean sunfish is more like a platter with fins. How it manages to weigh 2,000 pounds is beyond me, because it doesn't look that big. They are, apparently, difficult to keep in captivity.
Here he is.
It was dark, and we couldn't use a flash, so the pictures are not great.
Brigid, Grace, Seamus