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How to Train Your Dragon: Aquarium Edition

How to Train Your Dragon: Aquarium Edition

June 05, 2018
At Georgia Aquarium, we see dragons every day. They can’t fly and they don’t breathe fire but rather they move slowly through the water with frilly appendages. Weedy seadragons are known for their ...
Four Manatees In Georgia Receive Satellite Tags

Four Manatees In Georgia Receive Satellite Tags

June 04, 2018
Researchers from Florida-based Sea to Shore Alliance,  Georgia Aquarium, and Georgia Department of Natural Resources (DNR) successfully led a team of manatee experts and volunteers to capture, tag, ...
A Partnership That Makes an Impact

A Partnership That Makes an Impact

June 01, 2018
ATLANTA (June 1, 2018) – Every day we see images of plastic-filled oceans and beaches on social media, television and the news. Many of us wonder how to reduce our impact on the environment and ...
Are Sharks Really as Scary as we Perceive Them to be?

Are Sharks Really as Scary as we Perceive Them to be?

May 29, 2018
In 1975, JAWS premiered in theaters across the United States. The film was a fear-fueled drama that started a trickle down effect that stems all the way to present day when it comes to sharks. The ...
Georgia Aquarium: More Than Just a Sight to See

Georgia Aquarium: More Than Just a Sight to See

May 24, 2018
Georgia Aquarium is a beautiful sight to see, full of exotic animals, but did you know that you have the ability to walk out with more than just a few FINtastic pictures? With some of the greatest ...
A World Without Them

A World Without Them

May 18, 2018
A World Without Them Many animal species are rapidly declining and the importance of working to save these species continues to grow. Georgia Aquarium is proud to care for nine different ...
Filming Underwater with Whale Sharks

Filming Underwater with Whale Sharks

April 26, 2018
In January of this year, Zach Vincent, a wildlife filmmaker from South Africa, travelled to St. Helena, a British overseas territory in the Atlantic Ocean.
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