The Great Barrier to Australia is home to a vast array of marine life, but a unique cat species has emerged in a remote spot near the coast of New Zealand.
The Australian Museum’s Aquatic Botanical Garden in Auckland is one of several cat-themed sites in New England, where visitors can swim in an aquarium, pet a kangaroo and enjoy a cat-inspired pool.
Aava, a large marsupial cat with white stripes on its body, has become popular in the Pacific Islands.
In New Zealand, Aava has become a popular pet, and the zoo has become known for the “lunchbox cat” and other pets that appear to be part of the attraction.
The zoo’s website says the Aava “walks like a cat” but that its “eyes are not as sharp as other cats.”
The museum’s aquarium features a variety of species, including a large cat, a giant panda, a catfish and a panda dog.
Ava is also featured on the Aussie TV show, the “Catastrophe at the Sea,” which aired in October.
“Aava swim’s like a great big cat, but its eyes are not quite as sharp,” one of the cast members said in the episode.
Catastrophes at the sea, including cat deaths, were common in the early 20th century.
Ava’s owner, James, said the animal is very affectionate and “cuddly.”
Ava can be seen swimming in the aquarium in this photo from a March 2016 video of the zoo.
Catfish and giant pangas are also on display in the zoo’s aquarium, as well as the catfish that are found in the Great Barrier reef.
Cat owner James said the cat has been around for 30 years, and that he was trying to breed Aava with another cat in the exhibit.
It’s a little bit difficult, but it’s great,” he said.”
They both look really cute together.
I would love to have them together.
“James said the exhibit is open to the public, and a sign on the aquarium entrance says, “Come to enjoy our Aava, Ava and Aava.