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2009 Oregon Coast Aquarium/Hatfield Marine Science Center Tours

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Dr. Tim Miller-Morgan at Hatfield Marine Science Center

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Michael Liu

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Dennis Glaze

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Class in session

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100 gallon tropical tank

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Koi tank

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Brine shrimp hatchery

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Young Wolf Eel

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Another view of 100 gallon tropical tank

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Tank-bred Saddleback Clowns (Amphiprion polymnus)

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Our tour guides at Oregon Coast Aquarium

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One of the labs at OCAQ where Moon Jellies are being raised

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OCAQ food prep room

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Walk-in freezer for exhibit animal and fish foods

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New arrival fish acclimation area

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Surface-view of walk-through Passages of the Deep exhibit

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Monster foam fractionators for Passages of the Deep (RK2 Protein skimmers)

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Sand filters

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Walk-through Passages of the Deep tunnel

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Abalone(Haliotis)

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Juvenile Kelp Greenling

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Octopus in bottle

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Tubesnout

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I also had a lot of fun on Saturday. It was nice meeting all of you, and the Oregon Coast is a really fun place to drive. Too bad I had to work today or I would still be down there.

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Man we're so sad we had to miss this!!! At the last minute we found our possible dream home (rent not own)... good thing we did though because we have an application out on it now and it will have the room to upgrade from our 10 and 14 gallon tanks to at least a 40 breeder!!! We'll be there next year for sure though!! :)

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