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There are more than 150 rivers and streams that flow into the Chesapeake Bay, which touches six states and has a total shoreline of 11,684 m...
On the surface, the vast expanse of ocean may seem calm and tranquil—an oasis from the perpetual buzz of human activity on land. But b...
Celebrating Fifteen Years at Fort McHenry
As the birthplace of our National Anthem, Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine is an...
It was an exciting year of noted scientists, explorers, and more. Here’s a look back at some of the highlights:
The fall season kic...
Here at the National Aquarium, conservation is top-of-mind as we set goals for the future, and we hope that it is for others! Over the years...
Over the last three to four weeks, more than 1,000 sea turtles have stranded along the Northeast coast—a significant uptick from the ...
Native to Brazil, these tree-dwelling monkeys are named for the thick, golden mane that circles their heads. Golden lion tamarins are an e...
Thanks to a generous donation of fuel and time from Pilot Edward Filangeri, the turtles were flown directly from Boston to Martin Airport i...
In advance of his lecture here at the Aquarium on December 3, Cousteau chatted with us about building a brighter tomorrow for our...
Brownie is part of the Loggerhead Turtle Head Start Program. Run by the North Carolina Aquarium, this program aims to give endangered sea t...