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The most common question we get about the closure of the National Aquarium, Washington, D.C. is “Where are all of the animals going?”.
As the first anniversary of Blacktip Reef quickly approaches, I wanted to give you an update on one of the fish we highlighted when the exh...
Over the last several months, our veterinary team has been monitoring and caring for a chronic abscess that Rooney, a loggerhead sea turtle...
Recently, the National Aquarium's Animal Health team worked with Veterinary Imaging of the Chesapeake to perform a diagnostic MRI on our 1...
Common images evoked during this spooky time of year include pumpkins, black cats, and – of course - bats!
The species of bats native to N...
This Spring, I’ve been able to work with our Animal Programs staff and an amazing hyacinth macaw, Margaret, on some great voluntary be...
Our newest exhibit, Blacktip Reef, is finally up and running! For the last month or so, my team has been hard at work transporting animals ...
Ever wondered how we care for the 17,000+ animals that call the Aquarium home?
I'm excited to share the news that we've just launched our f...
Participating in the rehabilitation of endangered sea turtles is one of the most rewarding aspects of my job. As you probably already know, ...
Did you know that our Animal Health team routinely perform surgery on fish here at the National Aquarium?!
Here's an update on a particular...