National Geographic : 1941 Mar
362 The National Geographic Magazine Photograph by Loren Tutell In Chicago, Shedd Aquarium Workers Unload the Nautilus Wooden tanks, weighing a ton apiece with their burdens of water and fish, are carefully moved from the special car to the truck. The car has quarters for six men and is equipped with a galley (page 364). Photograph by Walter H. Chute When He Tickles the Hiding Rock Skipper, It Will Dart into the Net The wary fish has taken refuge beneath a heavy rock in the pool. On hands and knees, the collector gently pokes about with a small piece of wire (page 357).