When the shark tank is full, how to clean it

Water, air and fish are the big issues in the water supply crisis that has engulfed the Indian Ocean, and that’s why the water tank at one of the world’s biggest tuna processing plants has been emptied to keep the fish out of sight.

The fish in the tanks are being fed fish oil, but the fish have been exposed to pollutants, according to an article in the Indian Express newspaper.

The Indian Ocean’s biggest oceanic tuna farm in Gujarat, known as Shark Tank, is the largest in the world, processing almost 2,000 tonnes of fish per day, according the Indian Times newspaper.

The plant is located on the shores of the state of Gujarat, where it was built in 1984.

The plant has a capacity of 1.6 million tonnes of tuna, including 1.8 million tonnes from its processing plant in Gujarat.

The newspaper said the fish are fed a mix of fish oil and synthetic fertilizers, which are made from oil and chemicals derived from sewage.

The article said there are some fish that have not been fed this mix, but that they are being given a diet containing fish oil as a precaution.

It added that the fish had been in the fish tank for two years, which is more than enough time to allow them to acclimate to the new environment and the fish will likely recover in a few months.