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Cite article How to cite? ENW EndNote. Buy options. Successful sedation and translocation occurred for 10 out of 14 We thank the curator of fishes and invertebrates, Sandy Trautwein, aquarists, and divers at the Aquarium of the Pacific, especially Matt Ankley, Kim Stone, Akira Kanezaki, and Paul Clarkson for their assistance in completing procedures.
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gazaselaxecu.tk Back to Therapeutics Therapeutics. Steers; Johanna Sherrill. Abstract Wild-caught sub-adult yellowtail jacks Seriola lalandi were acquired by the Aquarium of the Pacific in early and placed in a three-story, , L , gal natural seawater exhibit, along with other temperate teleost and cartilaginous fishes.