I was at Wal-mart this week picking up some fish supplies and I noticed a dead fish in one of the aquariums. I said to the employee cleaning out one of the tanks "I see that you are busy, but I wanted to let you know that you have a dead fish over here when you get a chance" and he looked up with tears in his eyes and opened up to me about how he is the only employee that he sees ever on the log book for the live fish aquariums as far as feeding or cleaning and he only works a handful of days here and there. He said that his managers don't want him taking time to care for the fish but would rather he stock shelves. He showed me the log book where 221 fish had died within 6 days and then pointed at all the floaters in the other tanks I had not yet seen. He was an older fellow and he said "I need this job and I can't do anything because I'm afraid to be fired but someone needs to call PETA. Please call PETA. This is a horrible senseless waste of life." So I am going to call and I hope you do the same. I cannot give out the information on this particular Wal-mart location because of my compassion for this poor employee but from what I have leatned in the past few days, most Wal-mart aquariums have similar stories so make a quick visit to your local Wal-mart if you need specifics to call with. Thank you for caring about innocent lives.