October 19, 2018

Shutting Down the Nation's Longest Running Public Aquarium

No one likes moving. Sorting through years of accumulated possessions that seem to have multiplied, packing oddly shaped knickknacks, and schlepping stuff up and down stairs can provoke nightmares, not to mention pulled muscles.

Just be thankful you don’t have to deal with catching and crating annoyed alligators, elusive fish, or a potentially combative octopus—unless you work at the National Aquarium in Washington, D.C.

In early October, staff and volunteers began the six-month process of closing down the oldest public aquarium in the United States. Located in the basement level of the Commerce Building, which houses

Source: http://nationalgeographic.com.feedsportal.com/c/35401/f/667162/s/339887d3/sc/1/l/0Lnews0Bnationalgeographic0N0Cnews0C20A130C110C1311120Enational0Eaquarium0Eshutdown0Eocean0Escience0C/story01.htm

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