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  • Mallows Bay: An Incidental Paradise

    The largest ghost fleet in the Western Hemisphere lies only 80 miles from the National Aquarium. Over the decades, this relic of America’s wartime resiliency has become a haven for coastal species—and now, it’s being recognized as a National Marine Sanctuary, serving as a model for future habitat restoration in the Chesapeake Bay watershed from the Inner Harbor to beyond. Read More

    Published 11/14/2019

  • Student Showcase Celebrates Summer of Learning

    More than 500 students and family members attended the Aquarium’s inaugural Student Showcase event last night, sponsored by T. Rowe Price. Read More

    Published 8/19/2019

  • Clean Water Act: What Is It and What's At Risk?

    The Clean Water Act was established in 1972 to safeguard water quality and watershed health across the United States, but proposed changes are now putting this important legislation at risk. Read More

    Published 3/12/2019

  • Mourning the Loss of Nani

    The National Aquarium is deeply saddened to report the sudden passing of our eldest Atlantic bottlenose dolphin, Nani.  Read More

    Published 2/28/2017

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