Scarlet McCormick, 5, is silhouetted against the new River Giants exhibit at the Tennessee Aquarium on Saturday. The aquarium's new exhibit opened to the public on Saturday, and includes large species of aquatic life from around the world.
Scarlet McCormick, 5, is silhouetted against the new River Giants exhibit at the Tennessee Aquarium on Saturday. The aquarium's new exhibit opened to the public on Saturday, and includes large species of aquatic life from around the world.
Photo by Jake Daniels .
published Saturday, April 28th, 2012
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Flashbulbs cut through the darkness deep within the Tennessee Aquarium where children gawk at stingrays bigger than they are. Muscular arapaima and a ripsaw catfish born during the Eisenhower administration drift through the 88,000-gallon freshwater tank that houses the aquarium’s new River Giants exhibit, which opened to the public Saturday.

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