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The Big Tank at The Georgia Aquarium

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Uploaded on Jan 6, 2008

This exhibit was specially designed to house whale sharks, the largest fish species in the world. Schools of predatory trevally jacks, squadrons of small and large stingrays, enormous goliath grouper, largetooth sawfish and hammerhead sharks all ply the waters of this captive ocean habitat containing more than six million gallons of saltwater. The big tank is 4,574 square feet of viewing windows, a 100-foot-long underwater tunnel, 185 tons of acrylic windows and the viewing window is 23 feet tall by 61 feet wide by 2 feet thick.
For a more detailed description of the types it contains, visit: http://www.georgiaaquarium.org/animal...

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