The key for us right now is to bring people to the aquarium and let people see it.

It's going to be the most unique aquarium in the world. I don't want to say the best. (Status as) the best will come after people view it and decide.

I think it's a good move. It doesn't take away from the business and, if anything, will bring in new customers.

I'm concerned about the rescuers going down and the people cleaning up the mess being given protection from diseases.

We've been working on this for almost two years. We have 125,000 fish here to give us an opportunity to do something that nobody in this industry has ever done before.

No one's ever come to Atlanta for tourism.

I am concerned about the air we breathe and the water we drink. If overfishing continues, if pollution continues, many of these species will disappear off the face of the earth.

I think that this is going to help change that perception in people's minds and that we're going to get tourists from all over the United States to come.

If it's not done, we're going to have one of the great catastrophes of all time.