National Aquarium Animal Rescue is currently caring for a female harp seal nicknamed Marie Tharp.
Every year, National Aquarium Animal Rescue intakes dozens of rescue turtles from partners in New England. It’s our Animal Health team’s duty to evaluate and diagnose each of these endangered turtles, then develop a plan to get them back on the mend.
Our Animal Health team is closely monitoring Chesapeake, a 26-year-old female Atlantic bottlenose dolphin, who began showing signs of illness last week.
2018 was full of baby animals, touching animal rescue and rehabilitation stories and so many important conservation wins. This year, we also celebrated a few key moments—some of them years in the making—that we’re still feeling thrilled about.
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