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Earth was a different place 150 million years ago. The continents were drifting, the earliest flowers were just beginning to evolve and dino...
Spirit has a very playful nature and loves to learn new behaviors! Currently, she’s working on a tail walk behavior, where...
The team is currently treating Lily’s fractured lower jaw with pain meds, a cocktail of antibiotics and fluids. When she arrive...
By: Elizabeth Bastos
The scientific definition of camouflage is “the use of any combination of materials, coloration or illumination f...
Mangrove forests are rich hubs of biodiversity, supporting a unique ecosystem of bacteria, plants, mammals, amphibians, invertebrates and bi...
Our General Curator, Jack Cover, recently gave the publication Biohabitats a behind-the-scenes peek at some of the salamander species on exh...
Just like our land-faring friends, many fish also make their own unique sounds. Their goal with these calling cards is often to woo potentia...
A study conducted by Oceana found that 38 percent of crab cakes being advertised as locally sourced blue crab were, in fact, composed of imp...
The purple-spined sea urchin, Arbacia punctulata, can be found in shallow water from Massachusetts to Cuba. It is related to sea stars, sand...
Image via National Park Service
This island on Maryland’s Eastern Shore is best known for the wild ponies that...