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Q: Is there anywhere in Beijing that lets you swim with sharks?

Does the Beijing Aquarium offer this service for example?

9 years 10 weeks ago in  Sports - Beijing

 
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Maybe if they were low on money and also out of food they would consider allowing some crazy laowais jumping in the aquarium.  I have seen some Zoos' allowing (for a fee)  kids to enter cages and pat baby tigers, monkeys and other small animals.  And I have visited a few aquarium places in Hong Kong, Guangzhou and Nanning, but have never seen a human swimming with any of the fishes there.

Now, other than at Aquariums, or at the pool of a rich Chinese with exotic pets, you may be able to do that.  Last I checked Beijing is surrounded by land. no sea water nearby.  wink cool

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The Chinese Stock and Commodity Markets.

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You like swimming with the fishes? I'm sure any mafia or mafia-equivalent could provide this service.

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Yes they do as evidence of this photo: 
The sharks in Beijings Blue Zoo Aquarium....blush
You can find most of this stuff on yahoo or google search....some people just don't get that your question doesn't mean anything other than swimming with sharks in Beijing and nothing else like some have posted. I do have to apologize for those answers.

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