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The entrance, which I forgot to put at the beginning of the first post.
The large tank
I love seahorses.
The second floor porthole window is another way to see the large tank.
A gag (type of grouper)
Okay, I love jellyfish too - as long as they're not near me in the water!
A few seconds later, the lobster on the right pushed the other one off the ledge and then retreated back into its cave.
Close-up of the lobster on the left just before it got pushed.
Storm surge heights
Turtles. I love watching them dry their feet out in the sun.
An alligator approaching after one of the museum staff made an "alligator call" noise, which he said sounded like the call of a baby alligator.
The alligator stayed for a while.
May 31, 2011 at 06:08 PM in North Carolina, Science, Travel | Permalink
My favorites of these is the one of the two lobsters, and the one with the people in silhouette in front of the big tank.
June 02, 2011 at 09:49 PM
Incredible photos! wild is usually look interesting like these. The turtles ...! woo ... so funny.
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September 09, 2011 at 04:51 AM
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