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Member Photos

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Member Photos

Children at the aquarium

Member Photos

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Margaret the hyacinth macaw is the star of an Animal Encounter during a Member Evening.

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A young member enjoys watching the Australian white-spotted jellies in Jellies Invasion: Oceans Out of Balance.

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Members get up close and personal with the species in the Amazon River Forest exhibit, including the big-headed Amazon river turtle.

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Young members are all smiles as they come face to face with Joey the yellow-footed tortoise at a Member Evening.

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Clark’s anemonefish—which can be found in the Occupying gallery—engage in a symbiotic relationship with anemones.

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The emerald tree boa, which can be found in Amazon River Forest, is known for its electric green coloring—but these reptiles are red as hatchlings.

boys looking at living seashore

False clown anemonefish—such as this one in the Occupying gallery—are nearly identical to true anemonefish, but there are slight differences in their shapes and habitats.

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