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The ICC is the world’s largest grassroots effort to both bring awareness to and combat the issue of marine debris. Last year more than...
The National Aquarium has acted as a steward of the 10-acre tidal wetland adjacent to this national landmark, and this week we’ve...
Locally, we work with Captain Mark Sampson to collect data from several species of sharks off of our Maryland coastline for a variety o...
It’s easy to take freshwater for granted. After all, most of us have a seemingly endless supply at the simple turn of a faucet. Yet ar...
By Kerry Diehl, Senior Marine Mammal Trainer
Last month, I had the opportunity to represent the National Aquarium on a field research projec...
The National Aquarium is excited to share with you the launch of our Biohut Pilot Project, in partnership with Biohabitats, Inc. and ECOCEAN...
Shark advocates rejoice! As of last month, scalloped hammerheads are the first shark species to be listed under the Endangered Species Act (...
We’ve come a long way since Jaws first swam onto screens 40 years ago. Petal pushers have (for the most part) gone out of style and we...
I knew going into my Plastic Free July challenge that success was not going to hinge on my ability to completely refuse single-use plastic f...
Plastic Free July has forced me to really acknowledge something I’ve been vaguely aware of for the past two years - from the first mom...