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Old 09-01-2006, 01:27 PM   #1
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Nice place to work if you are an aquarium freak !

I want to work there !!

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It does look like a lot of fun to work there! I would be happy if this was my work environment!
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it would not be good for me cuz i would be to disracted by all the fish and get fired from not doing my work lol.
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is that one continuous tank? man, that's cool! i agree with ryan though, i wouldn't get much work done either... can you imagine trying to round up a school of zebra danios in that thing?! lol.
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Don't you think that's a photoshop? Those desks look pretty flimsy to be holding what would have to be a lot of weight. Hard to tell if the details repeat like it's just one tank copied over and over.

Cool pic though... would be great if it was real!
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I believe it is real. This photo comes up from time to time. IIRC, it is a library at a university somewhere.
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They must employ someone just to look after all of the tanks properly on a daily basis.
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That would be so cool! I'd be fired after the first week... Or ask for the tank cleaning job!
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