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GOTGive Or Take
GOTGraduate-on-Time (Texas Tech University)
GOTGuaranteed on Time
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GOTGreen Olive Tree
GOTGet On Track (UK)
GOTGospel of Thomas
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GOTGovernment of Tunisia
GOTGlutamic-Oxaloacetic Transaminase
GOTGiant Ocean Tank (New England Aquarium)
GOTGovernor's Office for Technology (Kentucky)
GOTGroup On Telecommunications (Indian Government)
GOTGreenpeace Organizing Term (student training program)
GOTGraphic Operation Terminal (machine interface; Mitsubishi Automation)
GOTGothenburg, Sweden - Landvetter (Airport Code)
GOTGlutamic Oxalic Transaminase
GOTGlobal Object Table
GOTGolden Orb Technologies
GOTGraphic Order Terminal
GOTGreat Orthogonality Theorem
GOTGeneral Organization of Tobacco (Syria)
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At the Aquarium's heart is a giant ocean tank where an underwater walk-through tunnel offers incredibly close encounters with the stunning beauty of a tropical coral reef.
At the Aquarium's heart is a giant ocean tank where an underwater walkthrough tunnel offers incredibly close encounters with the stunning beauty of a tropical coral reef - home to hundreds of colourful fish and tropical sharks in all shapes and sizes.
She has been doing it for about 70 years, the past 40 in the Giant Ocean Tank at the New England Aquarium.
Donning scuba gear, he dove in the aquarium's four-story, 200,000-gallon Giant Ocean Tank. He filmed Myrtle's flipper movements from different angles as she maneuvered around the tank.
Take the underwater tunnel walk through the giant ocean tank to see the stunning tropical coral reef and hundreds of colourful fish.
A pride of poisonous lionfish are proving a roaring success after going on display in a giant ocean tank at Tynemouth's Blue Reef Aquarium.