Residents of one of the North-east’s most popular tourist attractions have returned to their watery home.
The team at Macduff Marine Aquarium has been rebuilding its exhibits to mark its 20th year, including refurbishing the central 90,000-gallon tank.
The project had been due to finish with a launch party earlier this month, but the event was postponed while final works on the main kelp tank were carried out.
Yesterday, the aquarium’s marine creatures were given a first look at their new digs – including halibut pair Jemima and Hank.
A spokesman said: “It’s great news – the fish have returned.
“We will be opening tomorrow at 11am.”