2:34 pm September 3, 2010, by Howard Pousner
By Howard Pousner
The Georgia Aquarium’s exhibit, “Planet Shark: Predator or Prey,” which has drawn more than 300,000 visitors since making its world premiere last October, is being extended until Feb. 20.
The exhibit includes huge shark models, a row of shark jaws and a “frozen-in-time” display featuring a 700-pound tuna and its predator, a 10-foot adult mako shark.
An exhibit ticket includes admission to the aquarium, where visitors can see more than 70 sharks in 14 species. Ages 16-64, $29.50; 65 and up, $25.25; 5-15, $23.50. www.georgiaaquarium.org.
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