For my last day at the aquarium I got to spend my time with the dive team, who are largely responsible for feeding and watching the health of all 2000 critters in the GOT! My day started with food prep. There is always a lot of food to be prepped. Once we got all set with that we headed out to the tank to feed some of the surface fish by standing on the platform over the tank and throwing their food to them . We were trying to feed the needlefish particularly, but the Jacks tend to eat their food, so it was a bit of a struggle. Eventually we got the job done and headed back to do some maintenance. Soon it was lunchtime; I went out to a wonderful place nearby with the two Sea Rovers who set up the aquarium experience for me. After lunch we had to hurry a bit, it was almost time to get in the tank! We geared up, went over the dive plan again, then headed out to the platform, and eased our way in. From the beginning to the end of the dive, it was truly an amazing, unique experience. It’s totally different than in the wild, the fish are just everywhere, and everything is amazingly curious and friendly (although they really only want food for the most part), it is truly just an amazing experience to scratch a turtles back and pet a stingray all in one dive. What a way to end my time in Boston!