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Trip to Baltimore Aquarium
#1
I am so excited for my trip to the Baltimore Aquarium tmw. This will be my first time there and I am going to take lots of photos Smile Ill be sure to post some here as well Smile
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#2
We used to have 3 people working there to get us behind the scenes tours and even some rock flipping in the top rainforest !

All those guys are gone - Dan, Peter and....forget the other guy, he used to come to MARS shows.

Take pics of free range epips hopping around on the concrete and tadpoles in the streams.
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#3
Hey Chris
Sounds like fun! and the best part is you don't need to worry about mosquitos : )
Scott - North Dallas
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#4
RanaVenenosa Wrote:Hey Chris
Sounds like fun! and the best part is you don't need to worry about mosquitos : )

Yay! No malaria meds Smile
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#5
Dude, the place where all this started for me. I used to make a few trips a year when I was little, its only a little over an hour away from me...
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#6
Uhh

Do you guys need another hook up to go behind the scenes?


-Byron
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#7
Armson Wrote:Uhh

Do you guys need another hook up to go behind the scenes?


-Byron

If you know of one please tell me!!!!
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#8
Most of the people I know are on the aquarium side of things but I am sure I could set something up.

I am not sure about getting it done by tomorrow. But I am sure I could probably get something working for a future date.

-Byron
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#9
Ummm...how'd it go???
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#10
It was way too packed!!! FYI, don't go in the weekend. It was so hard to enjoy it when your constantly getting shoved or stepping on someone's toes. Ill post what pictures I got later on tmw
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#11
Funny, I didn't think about it until you said it, but two years ago I went on Valentines day weekend and it was the same way. I don't think every weekend is that way, at least from my experience.
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#12
I used to go behind the scenes when a guy by the name of Jack Cover worked there. Don't know if he still does but I remember a lot of small tanks. Like 10 gallon size loaded with plants. I could barely see the frogs. In fact I went to a party at Jack's house and that's where I first met that guy from Germany living in D.C. bringing in darts back in the 80's I'm drawing a blank on his name but I think it was Volker.
Jim
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