Fish in the News. You could call it the "other" Georgia Aquarium, though there is little on the exterior to suggest anything fishlike swims here. A nondescript warehouse in west Atlanta - nothing on the outside indicates what's inside - serves as the aquarium behind the world's biggest aquarium a few miles away near Centennial Olympic Park.
The so-called quarantine facility covers 25,000 square feet and has 80 tanks containing more than 250,000 gallons of water, more than some public aquariums. "The majority of animals that end up on display in the aquarium stop through here first," said Paul Clarkson, manager of animal quarantine for the Georgia Aquarium. "The Georgia Aquarium is a massive facility, so we need a very large holding facility to go along with that." Click here to read the entire story.
More Fishy News. The Mirror.co.uk, which is the online edition of The Daily Mirror, Britain's brightest tabloid newspaper, and the third largest English-language newspaper in the world, recently had a story about our friend Dean Pomerleau and his goldfish named Albert.
is a great
little finker. The three-year-old calico fantail has wowed experts by learning a bowlful of amazing tricks. He can swim through hoops, find his way along tunnels and even plays footie. Now he is being nominated for a place in the Guinness Book of World Records - as the smartest fish on the planet. "He's incredible," says Dean Pomerleau, a dolphin trainer who began teaching Albert after nine-year-old son Kyle won him at a fair. Click here to read more. Click here to hear Dean and his son Kyle talk about how to train your fish fish to do cool tricks.
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