New Arizona Aquarium

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  1. gjbarord

    gjbarord Sepia elegans Staff Member Moderator

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    Happy Holidays,

    Can anyone give me the link to the thread on the new aquarium in Arizona? I thought there was one some time ago.

    Is there anyone who works at that aquarium? I would like to pick your brain a little.

    Greg
     
  2. cthulhu77

    cthulhu77 Titanites Supporter

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    You can call the zoo at 623-935-9453 and ask for Jeff Flossi...he is the head aquarist there.

    I no longer work there, but you can ask questions and I will see if I can answer them,

    Greg
     
  3. Tommycs

    Tommycs Wonderpus Supporter

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    Just visited it today, great zoo, and even better aquarium, I especially liked all of the artwork in the aquarium. Would anyone happen to know when they feed their GPO, I would like to see it active because most of the time they just pick a corner and sit there.
     
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    cthulhu77 Titanites Supporter

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    Call them at the number above, and ask for Rick. He is the one taking care of the gpo in the aquarium.
     
  5. Tommycs

    Tommycs Wonderpus Supporter

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    Thanks, I will be sure to do that, Also is he the one who also takes care of the nautilus? Because they are not very active either, I would assume they would be however when they are presented with some tasty shrimp or crabs, or whatever they are fed.
     
  6. L8 2 RISE

    L8 2 RISE Haliphron Atlanticus Registered

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    Nautilus= one of the most boring to watch/ interact animals in the ocean.
     

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