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Did you know? These hardy bottom-dwellers can tolerate poor conditions, such as polluted water or low oxygen and can even survive outside ...
Image via James Delgado.
How did you first become interested in maritime archaeology?
Archaeology fascinated me as early as Grade ...
It has been a long and trying 10 months of intense rehabilitation for this Kemp’s ridley, but yesterday his story came full circle. &...
With eight arms and an impressive IQ, the National Aquarium’s show-stopping cephalopod keeps guests—and aquarists—on thei...
During their hour-long session, the panelists, including world-renowned ocean advocate Dr. Sylvia Earle, were asked to look seriously at th...
It’s October, a month dedicated to all things spooky—the cold is creeping in and Halloween is just around the corner. And w...
There are over 700 living species that belong to the class Cephalopoda (a name derived from Greek meaning “head-footed”). The g...
By Eric Schwaab, Chief Conservation Officer for the National Aquarium
President Obama has just protected the Grand Canyon of our oceans. By ...
Seafood can be a very important part of a healthy and balanced diet. The quality and quantity of our seafood is tightly linked to the health...
Today, we’re celebrating a very special birthday. Margaret, the National Aquarium’s hyacinth macaw, turned 26!