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The National Aquarium in Baltimore, Maryland
Turtles, Seahorses, Frogs, Sea Urchins and more

Turtles

turtle
turtle

Karen likes the seahorses

seahorse
seahorse

A seahorse and its own upside-down reflection at the top of the water

A seahorse and its own upside-down reflection at the top of the water
A seahorse and its own upside-down reflection at the top of the water
seahorse
seahorse

Terrible Poison Dart Frog - the most toxic of the poison dart frogs. The skin's secretions were traditionally use to poison blow darts.

Terrible Poison Dart Frog

Golden Poison Dart Frog - The skin's secretions were used by the Emberd tribe as poison on blow gun darts.

Golden Poison Dart Frog
poisonous frog
frog
poisonous frog
poisonous frog

two frogs and a turtle

two frogs and a turtle

Different types of sea urchins, and anemone

Different types of sea urchins, and anemone
anemone
Different types of sea urchins, and anemone

Birds

bird
parrot
bird feeding
bird feeding

This room has several levels, and the sharks swim in a complete circle around the outside of the visitors.

Christine Thompson and Lee Duquette
sharks illuminated on the wall

a very mean looking sand tiger shark

sign about the sand tiger shark
sand tiger shark
sand tiger shark

The Largetooth sawfish was so big, Karen couldn't get a full-body photo of it.

Largetooth sawfish  sign
Largetooth sawfish

please continue on to the two RV Gypsies in VirginiaPlease continue on to the two RV Gypsies in Fredericksburg, Virginia and the Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden in Henrico, Virginia