The Upland Tropical Rain Forest exhibit is temporarily closed through Fall 2022.
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.
The tasselled wobbegong is a bottom-dwelling carpet shark with a wide, flat body and head.
The turquoise tanager is a brightly colored bird with a strikingly blue face and breast and yellow or white underside.
This jelly looks more like a flower blooming on the seafloor than a typical jelly.
This stingray has a distinctive pattern of dots, helping it blend into its riverbed habitat.
These vibrant fish look very similar to juvenile blue tangs, but blue tangs turn blue and grow quite a bit larger, whereas yellow tangs reta...
Features of this parrot are its yellow head and a red patch on each wing.
As juveniles, zebra sharks have dark bodies with yellowish stripes. As they mature, the pattern changes to small dark spots on a grayish-tan...