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In these colder, foggy mornings on the drive to school, I am struck by the quieter side of nature this time of year. It seems that every wee...
Brownie is part of the Loggerhead Turtle Head Start Program. Run by the North Carolina Aquarium, this program aims to give endangered sea t...
Today we’re sharing an update from our Rainforest team:
As 2014 begins to wind down, I must give thanks to the Rainforest staff ...
Today, we’re sharing responses from our Animal Rescue team:
At this time of year, our Animal Rescue staff are busy preparing fo...
Today, we’re sharing responses from our Animal Health team:
Colin McDermott, Veterinary Fellow
I am thankful for the opportunity to w...
Scout, a Linne’s two-toed sloth, was born at the Aquarium last November. Since then, he’s spent most of his time cozied up to ...
Hauser is the president and director of the Center for Cetacean Research and Conservation and has dedicated more than 20 years to research...
This day is also an opportunity to reflect on the wise use of our planet’s resources. It reminds us that we need to take greater resp...
Since 1991, Durner has worked as a research zoologist with the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Alaska Science Center tracking and studying p...
Even if you’ve never seen the ‘70s Hollywood blockbuster, “Jaws,” you’re probably familiar with the startling ...