wow !! i'd love to go somewhere like that.
the picture with the ray is amazing,
what's the fish fourth pic down,do you know ?
if i had to guess its possibly an angler but more likely in the scorpion family.
Wow, your tanks look great!!!!!!
Wait those aren't yours. Wish i could go to MACNA and stop by and see the Aquarium. How large is the big tank there?
i dont know as i didnt get to go here ( i did when i wass a youngster but im sure its all different now anyways )
these pictures were on my parents digital camera.
Wow!!! That sure puts the aquarium here in Boston to shame.
I've been looking for a few overnight road trip ideas when I take vacation next month. I think I just found one as NJ isn't too far.
Thanks for posting those. I may ask for more info. but I'm going to Google directions and places to stay overnight in or near Camden.
oh. Sigh, someday. Are you going to MACNA?
I didn't even know what that was until I just Googled it LOL.
I think I'll keep myself out of trouble (temptation to buy another setup) and just check out the aquarium for now.
Maybe next time.
Camden is approx. 5-1/2 hours from here. Thinking bike trip now..
Camden is just awful compared to the Baltimore Aquarium in MD. I'm telling you! If you plan on going to both, go to Camden first so you're not disappointed! Make a day out if it. Me and my girlfriend went to the Baltimore one fist and spent close to 8 hours there and we're not bored at all. THEN we went to the Camden one...I was so bored. It was at to th point that we were pointing at the fish that we owned...and were nicer/bigger! Not to mention, Camden is so crowded. To sum up...Camden Aquarium first, THEN Baltimore. You'll thank me later.
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