• Keeper Week: Matt Wade

    The Aquarium is home to an astonishing array of plants and animals. In celebration of National Zookeeper Appreciation Week, we’re introducing you to some of the talented team that keeps our living collection healthy and thriving! Read More

    Published 7/23/2015

  • Keeper Week: Shawn Fauth

    The Aquarium is home to an astonishing array of plants and animals. In celebration of National Zookeeper Appreciation Week, we’re introducing you to some of the talented team that keeps our living collection healthy and thriving! Read More

    Published 7/22/2015

  • The Seahorse Tail: A Geometric Beauty

    New scientific research adds insight into the benefit of a seahorse’s square-shaped tail. Read More

    Published 7/22/2015

  • Keeper Week: Mallorie McDermott

    The Aquarium is home to an astonishing array of plants and animals. In celebration of National Zookeeper Appreciation Week, we’re introducing you to some of the talented team that keeps our living collection healthy and thriving! Read More

    Published 7/21/2015

  • Re-cap: 2015 Dolphin Count

    Thirty-three dolphins were spotted by a group of staff and volunteers during the Aquarium’s annual count in Ocean City, Maryland!  Read More

    Published 7/20/2015

  • Happy National Zookeeper Appreciation Week!

    We’re celebrating the National Aquarium’s animal care experts, including aquarists, aviculturists, herpetologists, curators, veterinarians and marine mammal staff, who have dedicated their lives to providing the highest quality of animal care. Throughout the week, we’ll introduce you to a few members of our incredible team! Read More

    Published 7/20/2015

  • Animal Update: Horn Shark Added to Kelp Forest Exhibit

    A male horn shark has been added to our Kelp Forest exhibit! Read More

    Published 7/16/2015

  • Manatee Spotted in the Chesapeake Bay

    A manatee was sighted in the Chesapeake Bay last night. Read More

    Published 7/15/2015

  • A Blue View: Colonial Animals

    At first glance, you’re likely to assume a bryozoan is a single organism. In fact, this “animal” is actually a colony of smaller organisms that work as a team to create a larger, functional invertebrate. Read More

    Published 7/14/2015

  • Join Our Dolphin Count!

    Join us for our annual Dolphin Count in Ocean City, Maryland on July 17th! Read More

    Published 6/30/2015

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