Blue of the ocean

Kaminsky, Richard
October 2002
Airman;Oct2002, Vol. 46 Issue 10, p16
Reports on the experiences of the U.S. Navy diver Brian Sharman who swam in a large aquarium tank with different species of fishes as a routine practice session. Number of species of sharks living in tank; Interaction with kids who witnessed the entire activity from the glass-viewing window.


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