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Thread: GA Aquarium

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    Just last week I went to the Georgia aquarium, and I took some pics. I thought I should share with you guys.

    This is a Cownose Ray at the touch pool.


    I forgot what this fish was. Sorry.


    This grouper just swam up to the glass. Very cool fish.


    And here is one of the Whale Sharks: Alice. Sorry I couldn't get the head in.


    I have a whole thing load of pictures, because of the 4 pics per post thing I can't post them all. You can check out the rest of the pics in my photo gallery, though. Thanks for looking.
    Awww... so cute.

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    It looks like an awesome place to visit.I always wanted to go there!
    I would like it to be my next tank!lol
    Thanks for sharing!
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    I think that it is sad to keep that size of a shark in captivity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cer
    I think that it is sad to keep that size of a shark in captivity.
    They have 3 in a tank in China, right now they're babies, but they're going to keep them there their whole lives. They're in a tank that is almost 2 million gallons. The 4 in the GA Aquarium are better off than the 3 in China.

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    CER they take so much care in keeping those fish! Its a truely amazing place to see.I have seen all the documentries including the one where they transfered the whales there.Its was amazing.
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    I know. You know they can get up to 49 feet.

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    Awesome fish, thanks for sharing Friendly.
    Mike!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cer
    I think that it is sad to keep that size of a shark in captivity.
    The size of that tank is enough to keep 6 whale sharks alive, and happy (says the guide). That's pretty big, cer. If you ever have the chance to take a trip to Georgia Northernguy, I would really recommend going to the aquarium, very big, and cool.
    Awww... so cute.

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    Wonderful pictures!

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    Thanks troy!

    Here are some of my favorite pictures.

    I think this was a moon jelly.


    A sea nettle.


    Did you know the Georgia Aquarium is the only one out of four aquariums to have a Manta Ray. Two being in Japan, and one in the bermudas. Pretty cool.


    I'd like to say that is Mackerel, but maybe not.
    Awww... so cute.

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