(Paul Fraughton | The Salt Lake Tribune)
A black tip reef shark, front, and a gray reef shark get used to their new home at the Living Planet Aquarium in Sandy. Aquarists were busy Wednesday uncrating more than 20 new fish to add to their collection including guitarfish, unicornfish and rays.
Living Planet Aquarium acquires more than 20 new fish
The Salt Lake Tribune
First Published Jul 11 2012 08:02 pm • Last Updated Jul 12 2012 01:43 pm
Aquarists at the Living Planet Acquarium in Sandy were busy Wednesday uncrating more than 20 new fish to add to their collection including reef sharks, guitarfish, unicornfish and rays.
More than 1250 animals are on display at the aquarium, from penguins to piranha. For more information, visit thelivingplanet.com.
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