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Aquarium’s sharks take up temporary quarters in Quincy

The treatment for a parasite in the Great Ocean Tank at the New England Aquarium is a threat to the sharks and rays that live there, so they had to be relocated. The treatment for a parasite in the Great Ocean Tank at the New England Aquarium is a threat to the sharks and rays that live there, so they had to be relocated. (New England Aquarium)
By Beth Daley
Globe Staff / September 28, 2010

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The star attractions of the New England Aquarium’s giant ocean tank — sharks and rays — have been temporarily moved while the 200,000 gallon tank is treated for a parasite. (Full article: 196 words)

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