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Tropical Pacific Gallery Stop 6 Sex Change Exhibit

The exhibits in the Aquarium's Tropical Pacific Gallery represent the beautiful marine life found off the coast of Palau.

The Tropical Reef Habitat, which can be viewed from three locations in the gallery, is the Aquarium's largest exhibit. Holding 350,000 gallons of water, this gallery features over a thousand colorful fish and beautiful coral, as well as sharks, rays, sea horses and sea dragons.
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Tropical Pacific Gallery Stop 5 Tropical Tunnel

The exhibits in the Aquarium's Tropical Pacific Gallery represent the beautiful marine life found off the coast of Palau.

The Tropical Reef Habitat, which can be viewed from three locations in the gallery, is the Aquarium's largest exhibit. Holding 350,000 gallons of water, this gallery features over a thousand colorful fish and beautiful coral, as well as sharks, rays, sea horses and sea dragons.
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Tropical Pacific Gallery Stop 4 Shark Egg Cases

The exhibits in the Aquarium's Tropical Pacific Gallery represent the beautiful marine life found off the coast of Palau.

The Tropical Reef Habitat, which can be viewed from three locations in the gallery, is the Aquarium's largest exhibit. Holding 350,000 gallons of water, this gallery features over a thousand colorful fish and beautiful coral, as well as sharks, rays, sea horses and sea dragons.
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Tropical Pacific Gallery Stop 3 Clownfish

The exhibits in the Aquarium's Tropical Pacific Gallery represent the beautiful marine life found off the coast of Palau.

The Tropical Reef Habitat, which can be viewed from three locations in the gallery, is the Aquarium's largest exhibit. Holding 350,000 gallons of water, this gallery features over a thousand colorful fish and beautiful coral, as well as sharks, rays, sea horses and sea dragons.
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Tropical Pacific Gallery Stop 2 Live Coral

The exhibits in the Aquarium's Tropical Pacific Gallery represent the beautiful marine life found off the coast of Palau.

The Tropical Reef Habitat, which can be viewed from three locations in the gallery, is the Aquarium's largest exhibit. Holding 350,000 gallons of water, this gallery features over a thousand colorful fish and beautiful coral, as well as sharks, rays, sea horses and sea dragons.
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Tropical Pacific Gallery Stop 1 Coral Lagoon

The exhibits in the Aquarium's Tropical Pacific Gallery represent the beautiful marine life found off the coast of Palau.

The Tropical Reef Habitat, which can be viewed from three locations in the gallery, is the Aquarium's largest exhibit. Holding 350,000 gallons of water, this gallery features over a thousand colorful fish and beautiful coral, as well as sharks, rays, sea horses and sea dragons.
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Tropical Pacific Gallery Introduction

The exhibits in the Aquarium's Tropical Pacific Gallery represent the beautiful marine life found off the coast of Palau.

The Tropical Reef Habitat, which can be viewed from three locations in the gallery, is the Aquarium's largest exhibit. Holding 350,000 gallons of water, this gallery features over a thousand colorful fish and beautiful coral, as well as sharks, rays, sea horses and sea dragons.
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Northern Pacific Gallery Audio Tour Conclusion

This gallery represents the northernmost region of the Pacific Ocean, specifically habitats in and around the Bering Sea.

At the Aquarium, you can join us on a journey through the Northern Pacific—home to the adorable sea otter, mysterious giant Pacific octopus, and many other marine creatures. Come enjoy these sights and more, without subjecting yourself to the chilly waters!
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Northern Pacific Gallery Stop 5 Spider Crabs

This gallery represents the northernmost region of the Pacific Ocean, specifically habitats in and around the Bering Sea.

At the Aquarium, you can join us on a journey through the Northern Pacific—home to the adorable sea otter, mysterious giant Pacific octopus, and many other marine creatures. Come enjoy these sights and more, without subjecting yourself to the chilly waters!
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Northern Pacific Gallery Stop 4 Sea Otters

This gallery represents the northernmost region of the Pacific Ocean, specifically habitats in and around the Bering Sea.

At the Aquarium, you can join us on a journey through the Northern Pacific—home to the adorable sea otter, mysterious giant Pacific octopus, and many other marine creatures. Come enjoy these sights and more, without subjecting yourself to the chilly waters!
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Northern Pacific Gallery Stop 3 Giant Pacific Octopus

This gallery represents the northernmost region of the Pacific Ocean, specifically habitats in and around the Bering Sea.

At the Aquarium, you can join us on a journey through the Northern Pacific—home to the adorable sea otter, mysterious giant Pacific octopus, and many other marine creatures. Come enjoy these sights and more, without subjecting yourself to the chilly waters!
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Northern Pacific Gallery Stop 2 Sea Jellies

This gallery represents the northernmost region of the Pacific Ocean, specifically habitats in and around the Bering Sea.

At the Aquarium, you can join us on a journey through the Northern Pacific—home to the adorable sea otter, mysterious giant Pacific octopus, and many other marine creatures. Come enjoy these sights and more, without subjecting yourself to the chilly waters!
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Northern Pacific Gallery Stop 1 Diving Birds

This gallery represents the northernmost region of the Pacific Ocean, specifically habitats in and around the Bering Sea.

At the Aquarium, you can join us on a journey through the Northern Pacific—home to the adorable sea otter, mysterious giant Pacific octopus, and many other marine creatures. Come enjoy these sights and more, without subjecting yourself to the chilly waters!
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Northern Pacific Gallery Introduction

This gallery represents the northernmost region of the Pacific Ocean, specifically habitats in and around the Bering Sea.

At the Aquarium, you can join us on a journey through the Northern Pacific—home to the adorable sea otter, mysterious giant Pacific octopus, and many other marine creatures. Come enjoy these sights and more, without subjecting yourself to the chilly waters!
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Poisoned Waters

Cyanide fishing and the marine fish trade

The demand for live fish for both the marine aquarium and seafood trade spurs the use of destructive collecting techniques, including cyanide fishing. Cyanide is a toxic chemical used to stun the fish, allowing them to be gathered by hand. Many fish suffer lasting injury and experience early mortality. The fishermen frequently cause physical damage to reefs during collecting as well, destroying branching corals while getting at small fish in crevices.

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