When the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service intercepts a shipment of marine animals without proper paperwork, who do they turn to for help? Sometimes, it’s the National Aquarium.
It’s World Water Week, and people around the globe are being asked to consider the water conservation challenges facing them at home and abroad.
Our hometown of Baltimore is currently considering legislation to reduce plastic pollution by eliminating the distribution of single-use plastic bags.
This summer, the National Aquarium received an email about an unusual looking fish that had washed up in Ocean City, Maryland. The emailer sent photos, and said the fish looked almost prehistoric. He was right.
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