When I worked at the hot tub business for four years I had a specific list of tasks that I had to do first thing in the morning, every morning. I had to turn on the music, turn on the pumps, check the hot tubs for any soap that customers got in them, water the plants and feed the fish. Then I spent the rest of the day doing odd jobs and helping customers.
The fish were in a fish tank. This business thrived on being unique and cutting edge. They catered to the well-off. They had the first Sushi bar I had ever seen. This was back in 1983 and I don’t recall seeing any other Sushi bars besides us. And they had this fancy fish tank.
Any way in the fish tank there were actual sea horses, crabs, sunfish and a blowfish. The blow fish was poisonous, it could kill you if one of the spikes on it’s back poked you. But I had to reach inside the tank every morning. I had to put my arm in the water to feed and clean the inside so I had to keep an eye on that blowfish. Nothing ever happened but the danger was there.