Greening the Aquarium

Published August 27, 2009

Last week, BMoreMedia, a new online magazine in Baltimore, came to the National Aquarium's Baltimore venue to explore how we are implementing green practices throughout our building with our visitors, internally with our staff and business practices, and in the community. Take a look at the video a the amazing video they produced, which is now posted on BMoreMedia.com: Are you doing anything to green your business or home? Please share your green practices with us!
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Snapping turtle and red-eared sliders Floating Wetland Update: Turtles, Fish and Birds!

Several new species have been spotted on the National Aquarium’s floating wetland prototype in the Inner Harbor!

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Edwin Hubble and George Washington Carver Animal Rescue Update: Double Seal Release!

For the first time in its history, National Aquarium Animal Rescue simultaneously released two rehabilitated seals. The two male greys, nicknamed Edwin Hubble and George Washington Carver, were released in Ocean City, Maryland, on May 23.

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