Port of Nagoya Public Aquarium is a public aquarium at the Port of Nagoya Pier. Its main pool, Killer Whale Pool, Dolphin Pool, and Aurora Sea are all located in the North Building. The South Building is dedicated to follow the footsteps of the Antarctic research expedition vessel "Fuji" that is permanently docked in the Port of Nagoya now but was active since the 7th Antarctic Research that began in 1965. In this building, creatures that live in the 5 different water areas and regions are introduced as "Marine Life around Japan" "Deep Sea Gallery" "Tropical Marine Life" "Australian Fresh Water Life" and "Antarctic Marine Life." The aquarium is also involved in the protection, research and breeding of sea turtles and penguins as well as research and breeding of Beluga whale. It is only a 10-minutes' walk from the Nagoya Port station on the subway Meiko Line, etc.