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But for many, especially those living in urban environments, nature isn’t always so readily accessible. And even with access to the g...
This count provides an excellent snapshot of ocean health as well as the status of the dolphin population living off of our shoreline. &nbs...
We’re excited to announce that 3 of the turtles, Muppy, Brewster (pictured above) and A. Ligator, have been medically cleared for rel...
In January 1992, a shipment of 29,000 plastic yellow ducks, blue turtles, red beavers and green frogs washed into the Pacific Ocean on the w...
While wild puffins nest in holes in the ground and in rocky crevices, the puffins here at the Aquarium nest in specially-constructed breedi...
Undeniably, seahorse dads are some of the best out there. In many animal species, the mother takes on the primary childcare role;...
Chuck and his wife Ellen began working with the Aquarium’s Animal Rescue team seven years ago. Three years later, their son Tom joine...
Unfortunately these animals are facing significant population declines—which is why First Lady Michelle Obama and the National Pollina...
Where did your love of the oceans originate?
My love of the ocean really began back in Louisville, Kentucky, where I grew up chasing fish ...
Bruce, Scuttle, Clayton, and Thumper were transferred from the Virginia Aquarium on June 11th.
According to Stranding Response Program at t...