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#FishFriday Halloween Contest

Published October 29, 2010

Who can create the best fish-o’-lantern? This Halloween weekend, the National Aquarium is giving its followers a chance to win a family four-pack of general admission tickets to the Aquarium by participating in a special Halloween challenge! Starting today, submit your aquatic-themed jack-o’-lantern through Twitter or Facebook. This can be a photo of an actual pumpkin you carved, or your own creative drawing of a marine-themed jack-o’-lantern! Our favorite entry will win the four-pack of tickets.Pumpkin
Here are the instructions:

1) Create an aquatic-themed jack-o’-lantern in any manner that you choose (be as creative as you wish, but our judges are hoping for real carved pumpkins!)

2) Take a picture or scan your jack-o’-lantern drawing and post it online.

3) Tweet us the link @NatlAquarium and include the tag #FishFriday OR upload the photo to our Facebook wall.

Contest closes at midnight on October 31. A winner will be announced on Monday, November 1.

So what are you waiting for? Dive in and start carving, and best fishes for a fin-tastic Halloween!

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