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These installations are the product of the Great Baltimore Oyster Partnership, a collaboration between the Waterfront Partnership of Baltimo...
Green Sea Turtle
Unlike other turtle species, the green turtle did not get its name from its shell. Rather, its name originated from the col...
The beach is peppered with predators—from ghost crabs and herons to dogs and cats—and sea turtles risk dehydration if they don&...
The moment you step into the Aquarium’s Upland Tropical Rain Forest exhibit, you’re immersed in the tropics. Sloths lounge upsid...
Our most interactive exhibit yet, Living Seashore features two touchpools and a variety of hands-on experiences, which give the public many...
Linne’s Two-toed Sloths
Sloth babies have a close relationship to their mothers from birth, often clinging to their fur for warmth and...
Lily’s energy level has increased significantly over the last few weeks. Our team has been busy offering her a variety of enrichment...
The osprey is a fish-eating bird, often seen around the Chesapeake Bay. In the ‘50s and ‘60s, its population was in serious dec...
That’s exactly how Charles Darwin referred to the marine iguana while studying the species for its impressive ability to adapt to its ...
Do you have a favorite ocean oddity?
It is difficult to pick just one! So many marine organisms have amazing capabilities or unusual strateg...