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A great white shark, among the rarest of inhabitants of aquariums because of its refusal to eat in captivity, swims in a special section of the Monterey Bay Aquarium during its record-setting 198 days there before being returned to the Pacific.

Above: A great white shark, among the rarest of inhabitants of aquariums because of its refusal to eat in captivity, swims in a special section of the Monterey Bay Aquarium during its record-setting 198 days there before being returned to the Pacific.