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Shark Feeding In Las Vegas
Do you have this feeling? You leave an im-po-tent business meeting and you count your fingers to make sure those business sharks didn't bite off any.
It's more fun to watch the real sharks feeding (when they are not eating you.) There are two place in the Las Vegas desert to do this: Mandalay Bay's Shark Reef and the Las Vegas Natural History Musuem.
Divers feed the sharks at Mandalay Bay between 10 and 4 every day, depending on when they are hungry. You have to book a time to visit Shark Reef because it's really popular and besides, it's at the Mandalay Bay!
But the feeding times at the Museum are set. You can watch the museum staff feed the sharks and sting rays every Tuesday and Thursday at 2:30 pm and 2 pm on Saturday. Children under 2 get in FREE here. The staff is available to answer questions in case you need to know more than what you learned watching Jaws.
In Vegas there's a lot more to do than gamble.
((hugs)) BETH Ellyn
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