fish tank

fish tank
1) a fish or water holding structure of varying size and construction material, from an aquarium to a large outdoor pond
2) in a museum, a large, often rectangular container for storing fluid-preserved specimens. Usually of stainless steel as wood and plastic containers eventually deteriorate
3) a cabinet of microfiches

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