Tennessee Aquarium.

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    Rcchanlder

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    As a scuba diver in my local area i recently got the chance to try out to dive in my local aquarium. For anyone who has been to the Tennessee Aquarium you know that it is a pretty awesome place. I will know if i get the part here in a couple of weeks. One of the perks as a volunteer diver is you get to go behind the scenes and see all the equipment and learn about how it all works. Just thought some of you might be interested. Ill be sure to keep you guys up to date and let you know how it goes.
     
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    U4BOYZ Got Fish?

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    Wow...now that sounds FUN! Good luck! :)
     
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    yote Ceritfied Mantis Hunter Moderator

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    Were pullin for you Cory.:D
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    Where did you get your dive certification ?
    I'm been thinking about learning to dive as soon as work slacks up some.
     
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    i got mine from choo choo dive and aquatic in chattanooga, tn. they are great. They will even let you try scuba in their pool for free. last time i checked. i am actually just a few dive short of master diver.
     
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