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The aquarium in Atlanta has hammerhead sharks, Beluga whales, and a 350-seat food court.

Boston's swimming with the small fish

Age, wear showing at N.E. Aquarium

By Matt Viser
Globe Staff / May 30, 2007

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The guidebooks say "wonderful," "fascinating," "one of the world's top collections of marine life." But those assessments of the New England Aquarium are old, and these days some visitors have different things to say about an attraction once considered a premier showcase of Boston's connection to the sea. (Full article: 1059 words)

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