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Whether they’re finned or scaled, deep-sea swimmers or treetop dwellers, each one of the thousands of animals at the National Aquarium has a unique story to tell.
A bullfrog's call can be heard from half a mile away.
Sea anemones are named after and resemble flowers.
The Atlantic bay nettle's bell can grow up to 7 inches wide.
Dolphins live in complex social groups and use sound to communicate, navigate and hunt.
This species has 10 eyes scattered throughout its body.
Atlantic puffins have a distinctive large, triangular red-orange bill with a blue-gray base and yellow ridge.
These fish hide among the spines of sea urchins for protection.
A large, silver fish that changes sex as it grows.
Black groupers are born female