- visiting Monterey Bay Aquarium when they feed the fish
- setting up a first aquarium for a child
- the National Aquarium originally built at Woods Hole, MA, in 1873, was relocated to Washington, DC in 1888 and is the oldest public aquarium in the United States
- an aquarium with a kelp forest, sea otters, giant octopus, sharks and rays, jellyfish, sandy shore and rocky shore galleries, plus a look at their conservation and research programs
- when the fish store bag(s) are hanging out in the water of the aquarium before you can release them
- goldfish living in a cold-water aquarium
- It is thought that the ancient Egyptians were among the first aquarists. Romans kept freshwater and marine species in public aquariums, the former to sell as food and the latter as decorative status symbols. But it was in China and Japan that fish-keeping really became a culture.
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