Montreal Biodome

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Smudge 9000

The Montreal Biodome (Biodôme de Montréal) was originally constructed for the 1976 Olympic Games and hosted by cycling and judo events. Today, the Montreal Biodome is one of the city's most popular tourist attractions and has been transformed into an indoor nature exhibit that allows visitors to explore the following four replica ecosystems found in the Americas:

The Saint Lawrence Marine Eco-system is an estuary habitat modeled on the Gulf of Saint Lawrence.
The Tropical Forest is a replica of the South American rain forest.
A polar area that is divided into Arctic and Antarctic.
The Laurentian Forest is a replica of the North American wilderness.

Inside each simulated ecosystem, a variety of animals can be seen. From the lynx in the Laurentian Forest to the penguins in the Antarctic, the displays are alive and present visitors with a very true representation of the actual ecosystems.

Location (Approximate): 
4777 avenue Pierre-de-Coubertin
Montréal, QC
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