This summer, the National Aquarium received an email about an unusual looking fish that had washed up in Ocean City, Maryland. The emailer sent photos, and said the fish looked almost prehistoric. He was right.
Sturgeons are among the oldest and largest bony fish in the world, but there’s always something new to learn about these “living fossils.”
On Endangered Species Day, learn about some endangered species we have here at the National Aquarium.
Did you know that the endangered pallid sturgeon is one of the oldest fish in North America?
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