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Also known as intertidal flats, mudflats are the stinky result of fine sediments combining with organic matter, water saturation and bacteri...
These individuals are our Shore Heroes. They are people, just like us, that have made a commitment to creating and maintaining a healthy sea...
With the right gardening strategies, you can create your own certified wildlife habitat around your home or somewhere in your community.
A healthy dune system is important for ecological and physical reasons. Sand dune vegetation is uniquely adapted to thrive in stressful con...
Today, there are about 300 different turtle and tortoise species, including seven different types of sea turtle. But they face a number of...
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...