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We’re happy to report that Cougar, a Kemp’s ridley sea turtle rescued in 2013, is ready for release!...
We are excited to announce the arrival of two healthy Atlantic puffin hatchlings!...
Architeuthis—its scientific name—resides 1,650 to 3,300 feet below the ocean’s surface, which explains why we know so li...
Yesterday, hundreds of scientists, purveyors and economists gathered at the Aquarium to re-envision the future of sustainable ...
As if producing the oxygen we need to survive wasn’t enough, human civilization has relied on the ocean as a primary source of energy ...
Photos via Baltimore Sun.
Brown boobies are certainly out of place here in the Chesapeake Bay watershed. These large seabirds typically inh...
Established in 1972, the National Marine Sanctuaries program seeks to preserve the beauty, biodiversity, history and economic benefits of s...
Red groupers are found in the western Atlantic Ocean from North Carolina south to southern Brazil, including the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbe...