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Old 08-19-2012, 04:08 PM   #1
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They are doing great things. Lots to see. I did notice some of their fish seemed stressed this morning.

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So tease us and make us wait :P lol
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Old 08-19-2012, 04:29 PM   #3
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Lol I will!!!

I will get a few on my phone. They have over 70 species of tangs!
Also one of the largest reefs.
Headed over to the freshwater section in a bit.
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Doesn't georgia have the largest tank in the country? And isn't the church tank in Georgia too!
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GA is pretty phenomenal - especially their open ocean tank. We went several times while we lived in the area, and every time it was great. Always a little crowded for my tastes though
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GA is pretty phenomenal - especially their open ocean tank. We went several times while we lived in the area, and every time it was great. Always a little crowded for my tastes though
Id love to see it : /.. only open water aquariums I've seen were Monterey bays aquarium (amazing!) And san franciscos which was So-so lol
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Largest in the world. We took a five hour drive to get here. It is highly crowded.

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I thought Japan had the largest in the world either way I wish I were you right now haha
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I don't think it is the largest in the world but they have the largest display window in the world. It is something like 30' X 100'. Very impressive. You go through a plexiglass tunnel under the water to get to it too which is neat.

Their reef display is also breathtaking.
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