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Zoe is nose to nose with a 350-pound grouper, and Abby is checking out an electric green Moray eel. I’m being careful not to swim too close to Raphael, a 65-year old sea turtle who’s known for accidentally slapping unknowing snorkelers with her fins. No, we’re not in Mexico or the Caribbean – we’ve come all the way to the Rockies to swim with sea creatures.