• Restoring America’s Reef

    Six miles off the coast of Key West lies an ancient reef. Nearly 10,000 years old, the Florida Reef is one of the largest reefs on the planet. Now, aquarists at the National Aquarium are helping in the race to save it. Read More

    Published 11/27/2019

  • Cold Stunning: Where, How and Why?

    Picture this: You’ve just spent a wonderful, late summer week on Cape Cod, swimming in the ocean and enjoying the sunshine with friends and family. As fall sets in, you know it’s time to head home. You get on the highway, but something strange happens … despite driving for hours, you end up back where you started. You feel sluggish, confused and exhausted. If you were a turtle, you just might be cold-stunned. Read More

    Published 11/22/2019

  • Meet Our Trio of Puffin Chicks!

    We are excited to welcome three new Atlantic puffin chicks to our Sea Cliffs exhibit! Read More

    Published 8/9/2018

  • Happy Summer Solstice!

    The start of summer may mean barbeques and pool days for humans, but for many of the National Aquarium’s animals, it signifies the time to reproduce. Read More

    Published 6/21/2018

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