TOURISTS LOOK AT SHARKS SWIMMING IN THE SYDNEY AQUARIUM.
A tourist looks up through a glass tunnel at a group of Port Jackson sharks
resting in the Sydney Aquarium August 5, 2003. The open ocean aquarium is
Sydney's most popular paid tourist venue, with over 1.15 million visitors
last year. Tourism employs over half a million Australians and generates
A$17 billion (US$11 billion) a year in export income, but the industry is
still struggling as it tries to overcome the fear of terrorism and knocks
like the SARS virus. Pictures of the month August 2003 REUTERS/David Gray