Pleasant sandy beaches and wading birds take on peach hues as sun drops down to the west over America's oldest seaside resort town, Cape May, a destination known best for its shoreline but worth note for its heritage sights.
Penguins and alligators might not be typical of the New Jersey coast but visitors to the privately owned Jenkinson's Aquarium can enjoy a glimpse of these and other sea-going species from far flung corners of the world for just the effort of having a wander around the facility's big salt-water tanks. Check out a coral reef, catch a shark or seal feeding and sign your young ones up for Seafari Camp in summer for a more indepth introduction to the wonderful sub-surface world that lurks beneath the waves.
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