Short answer, yes. Long answer, maybe not. You might not see a resevoir with thousands of gallons of water behind it. It is of course designed to attract visitors and get them to part with their money so the more ooh's and aahh's the better. I wouldn't recomend it at home on a hobbyist budget.
Quite the tank and what a mass of fish. I agree with CRM that it could be decieving on the size of the tank but what a video.
At Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium, when they feed the fish it is like there is no room for anything but when things calm down it barely looks like there is a fish in the tank. The fish have like double the tank capacity that is under the viewing area so it can be very deceptive. That tank actually looks like it was feeding time and that it could be 2-3x what is shown.
I will say this, I didn't know clown fish came in so many colors!
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