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About an hour later, the aquarium updated its website to indicate all of its animals were safe.
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Enjoy a summer filled with Rescue Tales at Clearwater Marine Aquarium! Come see the real-life rescue stars – our animals and our team – that inspired the popular Dolphin Tale movies. Find out about our limited edition, collectible Rescue Tales posters, new tours and other cool things you can experience when you visit us this summer. Amazing stories live here!
There are 11,000 animals in the aquarium. Video from noon on Nov. 29, 2016.
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Loveland Living Planet Aquarium offers two unique animal experiences: Penguin Encounters and Feed the Stingrays. These experiences allow you to meet our animals up close and get the chance to feed them. These experiences must be purchased in addition to your Aquarium visit. Limited spaces are available, so please book ahead of your visit. Roger WilliamsVolunteer Coordinator, Aquatic Animal HealthNew York AquariumSurf Avenue and West 8thBrooklyn, New York 11224
Photo provided by FlickrTwo Magellanic Penguin chicks that hatched at the Aquarium in late May are in the behind-the-scenes nursery that can be viewed via webcam.
Photo provided by FlickrAquarium on Wheels classroom programs serve up to 50 students per program. All programs include tidepool animal exploration.
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The Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium is a natural habitat zoo and aquarium committed to conserving wildlife and their habitats. To that end, we conduct research, breeding, education, and conservation programs in cooperation with international organizations and zoos around the world while providing homes for 55 species of concern We hope your visit fosters a love of animals and an appreciation for the incredible network of life with which we share the planet.The Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium is a living park with live animals. Weather conditions, the animals’ comfort, mood, safety, and needs, their routine medical care, and our conservation research initiatives may all contribute to an animal being off exhibit at any time.Some of our animals cannot be out during the cold Pittsburgh winters, so we offer discounted admission during those months. There's still plenty to see, though! Our toasty indoor Tropical Forest, PPG Aquarium, Worlds of Discovery, and Water's Edge buildings, plus several partially indoor exhibits, such as our elephant barn, several exhibits in The Islands, and flamingo exhibit ensure you'll still catch plenty of wild animals during your visit. Don't forget some animals, such as the Amur tiger and red panda, prefer the cooler temperatures, so a trip to the Zoo in the winter offers an exciting contrasting experience to the more traditional summer visit.Bring your sleeping bag and snooze amongst the sharks and rays! Have an exciting night at the Downtown Aquarium to explore the exhibits, learn about the animals and their habitats, make a craft, play games and much more. T-shirts & breakfast included.Tigers at an aquarium? There are more than just fish here at the Downtown Aquarium. Examine our impressive species of birds, reptiles, amphibians and, of course, tigers. Spend your day learning how we handle and train our creatures that live outside the ocean. Interact with animals, build animal enrichment toys, talk with tiger and bird keepers and much more! T-shirts & lunch included.Search for your favorite Aquarium animal in the list below then click on the ‘Purchase Zoo PAL’ link at the bottom of the page to place your order online.