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Old 09-09-2007, 09:15 PM   #1
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London Aquarium SW (very not dial-up friendly)

The London Aquarium has absolutely stunning SW tanks, and an enormous shark tank (with an Easter Island theme going on). My apologies to the salties as I will not be able to describe most of these fish except the ones I remember from reading the labels. Again, these were all taken with the flash off, so apologies for the haziness/blurriness of some.



Clowns hosting anemone. These guys were great fun to watch.

Picasso triggerfish; couldn't get a great shot of him, though.


Seahorses.

This guy was at the bottom half (on a different floor!) of the shark tank.

Top floor of the shark tank.

Jellyfish.

Petting area for the rays.

This is the closest any of them came to me, but they all seemed to be very "social."


Hope you enjoyed.
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Looks like a great place to visit. If you're anything like me, you've shown about 0.001% of the pictures you actually took.
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I think you did a great jobs with the pics! Nice job!
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The picture of the kids at the touch pool is great.
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Looks gr8.
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