The Fisheries Museum lies in close proximity to the Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports complex and is one of the most popular attractions in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. It is known for housing over 350 species of marine life found in the Asia-Pacific region. On entering the premises, one feels like stepping into a bio laboratory as there are various installations of plants and animals. The museum also houses live animals like crabs, sharks, starfish and huge table corals. Other interesting sights are life-size displays of a saw fish and dolphin, and the skeleton of a sperm whale, believed to be one of the largest toothed whales. Taking pictures is prohibited inside the museum. The museum is located at a distance of about 9 km from Port Blair. It was partially destroyed in the tsunami but has been rebuilt since. 

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