Iris, Camden, Waylay, Izzy or Luna. Which of these names will it be for National Aquarium’s sloth baby?
The National Aquarium in Baltimore says it’s open for business this weekend, but the staff is also busy getting ready for the approaching Hurricane Sandy.
Maryland residents can now visit the National Aquarium in Baltimore for less in the morning.
Those who care for the sick will tell you a happy, relaxed patient will heal in less time than one who is under stress. The designers of Sinai Hospital’s new children’s hospital took that idea to heart.
One of four Linnie’s two-toed sloths at the National Aquarium has given birth to her first baby.
Monday was moving day for some creatures at the National Aquarium in Baltimore. And it was not a simple process.
Big changes are coming to the National Aquarium. The main open water tank in the center of the building will soon close. A $12 million new shark tank will be put in its place.
The National Aquarium is celebrating a major milestone! Also, the Maryland Zoo has great things coming up.
The National Aquarium and some volunteers gathered in Ocean City for the Annual Maryland Dolphin Count where they recorded much fewer sightings of the mammal compared with last year.
The war in Afghanistan may be coming to end but many soldiers will never be the same. More than 1,400 servicemen and women have lost limbs serving our country. Some of them are regaining their mobility in a unique and fun way.
Baltimore is best-known for its Ports America Chesapeake 4th of July Celebration, which hosts the popular live performance by Electric Brigade, a U.S. Naval Academy Band and a not-to-be-missed firework display over the bay. No matter where you go along the Inner Harbor, the area will be bustling with historical and cultural events throughout the day. Just be sure to pick the perfect spot to enjoy the spectacular fireworks show that starts at 9:30 p.m.
A rare sight near Ocean City as a blue lobster has been picked up by a fishing boat crew.