View fish overhead in UK

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In Hull, England, a glass tunnel 10 meters beneath a 660,000-gallon tank allows visitors to observe sharks and other fish swimming overhead in the "Endless Ocean" exhibit at The Deep aquarium (Tower St., Hull; phone +41 1482 381000, www.thedeep.co.uk). The aquarium has nine freshwater- and marine-environment exhibits, including "Bugs," "Slime" and (with a penguin enclosure) "Kingdom of Ice."

Open daily, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. £13.50 (near $18), adult; £12.50, senior, or £11.50, child (3-15).

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In Hull, England, a glass tunnel 10 meters beneath a 660,000-gallon tank allows visitors to observe sharks and other fish swimming overhead in the "Endless Ocean" exhibit at The Deep aquarium (Tower St., Hull; phone +41 1482 381000, www.thedeep.co.uk). The aquarium has nine freshwater- and marine-environment exhibits, including "Bugs," "Slime" and (with a penguin enclosure) "Kingdom of Ice."

Open daily, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. £13.50 (near $18), adult; £12.50, senior, or £11.50, child (3-15).