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This species is specifically found in the Burdekin range of the Mary River system on the coast of Queensland, Australia.
Outside of A...
Microplastics and marine debris, defined by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) as any persistent solid material that...
Did you know the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Waterfront Park is a certified wildlife habitat?
Upland Tropical Rain Fo...
These large birds of prey survive almost exclusively on fish. Armed with sharp talons, they plunge feet-first into the water, grasping thei...
In the Fall of 2014, the Australia team acquired a female pied imperial pigeon to encourage breeding in our exhibit. By the Spring of 2015,...
Senior horticulturist, Josh Leisenring, is in charge of maintaining this outdoor exhibit, ensuring that everything from marsh grasses to co...
Image via Wikicommons.
Prior to this discovery, many scientists had adopted the popular theory that the great white evolved from the 50-f...
Today, these fish-eating raptors are considered to be one of the Chesapeake Bay’s most iconic creatures, easily spotted between March ...
Did you know? Flounder have chromatophores, specialized cells in their skin that allow the animals to perfectly match its surroundings!
Most Marylanders didn’t know what to think when the ground started shaking on August 23, 2011, the result of a 5.8-magnitude earthquak...