The National Aquarium’s Blacktip Reef exhibit

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A 260,000-gallon coral reef exhibit, which aquarium officials promise will make visitors feel as though they are inside an actual reef, is scheduled for a July 10 opening.<br><br>

The new blacktip reef habitat, a re-creation of an Indo-Pacific reef that replaces the popular &#8220;Wings in the Water&#8221; exhibit, will include a school of sleek and fast-moving wingtip sharks. Also included in the $12.5 million exhibit will be 15 other marine species and more than 60 varieties of fish.

( Erin Kirkland, Baltimore Sun / June 15, 2013 )

601 E. Pratt St.
Aqua.org
A 260,000-gallon coral reef exhibit, which aquarium officials promise will make visitors feel as though they are inside an actual reef, is scheduled for a July 10 opening.

The new blacktip reef habitat, a re-creation of an Indo-Pacific reef that replaces the popular “Wings in the Water” exhibit, will include a school of sleek and fast-moving wingtip sharks. Also included in the $12.5 million exhibit will be 15 other marine species and more than 60 varieties of fish.

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