BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Need a distraction from the constant barrage of coronavirus-related news? The National Aquarium has you covered.
While it will be closed until March 27 due to the virus, the aquarium will be streaming several of its exhibits, including Blacktip Reef and Pacific Coral Reef, live on its website.READ MORE: Security Camera Video Shows Chaotic Scene, Quick Police Response After West Baltimore Mass Shooting
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We may be closed to the public, but our exhibit livestreams are a great way to still experience the Aquarium from home!READ MORE: Leaders Call Fells Point Violence 'Tragic & Unacceptable,' Police Urging People To Speak Up
You can stream live feeds of Blacktip Reef, Pacific Coral Reef and Jellies Invasion every day by checking out the link below. 🖥️🐠 pic.twitter.com/pmIzBWzDgw
— National Aquarium (@NatlAquarium) March 16, 2020