For generations, humankind has referred to outer space as the final frontier. But what about the unknown depths of our own planet?
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.
As the waters off the mid-Atlantic coast warm up, it’s not unusual to spot some seasonal visitors swimming in our local waterways—manatees!
Happy World Oceans Day! Today we honor the primary support system for life on planet Earth—our ocean.
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