Of all the exhibits, the underwater exhibit pictured above caught my attention the most. When I first walked into the exhibit, I thought that I was looking at massive prehistoric fish, but I shortly realized I was looking at an ocean scene that had been enlarged in order to make the viewer feel like they were part of the scene. By doing this, I realized how extraordinary all life is, no matter what kind or what size. Some people tend to "disregard" some ecosystems due to how small they are, but this exhibit really makes you think about how complex life is even on a small scale. The animals, plants, and scenes that were depicted in the exhibit were very realistic, allowing me to contemplate the differences between the way humans survive versus the way other organisms survive. Lastly, the exhibit made me realize how mysterious the ocean is and how much of it humans have not explored.