This World Oceans Day, join us at National Aquarium to celebrate how water connects us all!
First pup born to female sandbar since coming to National Aquarium in 2003
Sodapop, a rescued male harbor seal, is ready to return home following three months of rehabilitation and recovery at the National Aquarium rehabilitation facilities.
Eric Schwaab to lead new national conservation initiatives and programs for nonprofit
The Board of Directors of the National Aquarium, Washington, DC, has announced that, due to necessary renovations in the Department of Commerce building, the facility will be closing on September 30, 2013.
The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS), Humane Society International, National Aquarium, National Wildlife Federation and Oceana applaud the Maryland General Assembly for banning the possession, sale, trade and distribution of shark fins, ending Maryland's contribution to the collapse of shark populations worldwide.
Hunter College Professor Dr. Diana Reiss is Corresponding Author in Paper Published in Current Issue of Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science (JAAWS)
Get Face-to-“Toothy” Face with Blacktip Reef Sharks in 260,000-Gallon Coral Reef Ecosystem
As part of our Marjorie Lynn Banks Lecture Series, Wade will share his up-close experiences with exotic, aquatic creatures with guests.
Series celebrates sustainable seafood choices, one of Top Dining Trends of 2013