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Aquarium's tropical fish come from unlikely waters

By Beth Daley
Globe Staff / October 12, 2004

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As tropical fish-finding missions go, it may seem like someone got hold of a really bad map. Every fall, New England Aquarium volunteers dive for tropical fish -- not off a Caribbean reef -- but in the dark waters off Rhode Island and Martha's Vineyard, normally home to the dark-colored cod. (Full Article: 764 Words)

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