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Locally, we work with Captain Mark Sampson to collect data from several species of sharks off of our Maryland coastline for a variety of ong...
Foster, one of our youngest Atlantic bottlenose dolphins, turns seven today!
Foster was born here at the Aquarium on September 9, 2...
A white turtlehead, Chelone glabra, is flowering in the Aquarium’s Harry and Jeannette Weinberg Waterfront Park! This native plant of...
It’s easy to take freshwater for granted. After all, most of us have a seemingly endless supply at the simple turn of a faucet. Yet ar...
We’re very excited to announce that the National Aquarium will be presenting a full weekend of free programming for ocean and conserva...
By Kerry Diehl, Senior Marine Mammal Trainer
Last month, I had the opportunity to represent the National Aquarium on a field research projec...
Last October, our Mertens’ water monitor laid its egg—and this species’ eggs are anything but ordinary. They can take betw...
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) research vessel, the Okeanos Explorer, has traveled the globe uncovering ...
Homework, chores, dance class, basketball practice, play rehearsal, school events, guitar lessons and more! The school year is just starting...
Blade is a current sea turtle patient that was admitted due to cold-stunning (hypothermia) in late 2013.
We’re happy to report t...