Not one, but two shark attacks within minutes of each other at a North Carolina beach. The two teenage victims both lost limbs. Now Maryland beachgoers are wondering if it could happen here.
The National Aquarium released their 150th Animal Rescue, a seal named Lily, back into the wild this morning.
What started as an idea 22 years ago by Canadian scientists has grown into a worldwide movement.
World Oceans Day is tomorrow! Also, we have graduation present ideas.
A grey seal pup rescued at Delaware’s Bethany Beach this Easter with a broken jaw is finally healthy enough to be returned to the wild.
Year after year, the Inner Harbor fails to meet water quality standards. Now the National Aquarium is demonstrating a way for nature to help with the cleanup.
The National Aquarium unveils its latest exhibit, which lets guests have one-on-one encounters with the creatures of the ocean.
Sail Baltimore will escort approximately 40 attaches on a tour of the city on April 22.
The National Aquarium has announced the birth of Felize, a Linne’s two-toed baby sloth.
The National Aquarium has announced that its newest interactive exhibit, Living Seashore, will open May 12.
March is Women’s History Month, a time highlighting the contributions of women across our nation and close to home here in Baltimore.
Visitors to Baltimore’s National Aquarium will soon have something new to see and to touch.