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Blacktip Reef Shark Introduction

Blacktip Reef Shark Introduction

IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR NATIONAL AQUARIUM - Holly Bourbon, left, National Aquarium curator of fishes and senior dive safety officer, and Jackie Cooper, National Aquarium senior assistant dive safety officer and aquarist, introduce one of 20 sleek, fast-moving blacktip reef sharks to National Aquarium's new Blacktip Reef exhibit on Monday, July 29, 2013 in Baltimore. The blacktip reef sharks will make themselves at home among the 260,000-gallon coral reef ecosystem featuring more than 700 marine animals, 3,000 pieces of coral and a sea turtle that weighs more than 500 pounds. (Steve Ruark/AP Images for National Aquarium)
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