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Through invigorating lectures from scientists, filmmakers and authors, this series will take attendees to the wildest, deepest, coldest co...
The app includes maps to help you navigate the building, as well as information and fun facts about different animals and exhibits.
As 2014 comes to a close, we're taking a look back at some of our favorite photos you've shared with us throughout the year:
Native to Brazil, these tree-dwelling monkeys are named for the thick, golden mane that circles their heads. Golden lion tamarins are an e...
A partnership formed between the National Aquarium and a multidisciplinary team at Johns Hopkins. Their goal: to create a physical dol...
During their hour-long session, the panelists, including world-renowned ocean advocate Dr. Sylvia Earle, were asked to look seriously at th...
There are over 700 living species that belong to the class Cephalopoda (a name derived from Greek meaning “head-footed”). The g...
Did you know that at 4,195 miles long, the Amazon River basin is one of the largest in the world? In fact, about one-fifth of the world...
“This award is the highest honor for new exhibits, and the National Aquarium is on the leading edge of aquatic exhibits in North Ame...
Sea otters have valuable fur, and as a result were almost hunted to extinction in the early 1900s. In the late ‘70s, they gained pro...