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  • Oct 25

    Sips Under the Sea: Whodunnit? – More Tickets Added!

    Scary Good Update! We’ve added MORE general admission tickets to Sips Under the Sea: Whodunnit? so all of you ghosts and...

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    First Responder’s Day

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    What’s the only thing better than receiving a full-sized candy bar on Halloween? Trick or treating with beluga whales an...

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Making a Difference

As a nonprofit — and the largest aquarium in the western hemisphere — we’re committed to inspiring awareness and preservation of our ocean and aquatic animals around the globe. Our mission is to treat every animal with love and care, and concentrate our research and conservation activities where they matter most.

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The Largest Aquarium in the Western Hemisphere Gets Even Bigger

Georgia Aquarium revealed expansion plans for a new gallery featuring sharks — one of the most misunderstood species in the ocean — to open in late fall of 2020.

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Whale Shark

Scientific Name
Rhincodon typus
Conservation Status
Endangered
Fact
Although it’s the largest fish in the world, the whale shark eats some of the tiniest creatures in the ocean, called zooplankton

Manta Ray

Scientific Name
Manta sp. cf. birostris
Conservation Status
Vulnerable
Fact
Manta rays have been spotted jumping clear of the water – it is not known whether this behavior serves a social purpose, or is done to dislodge parasite from the skin

White Spotted Jelly

Scientific Name
Phyllorhiza punctata
Conservation Status
Not Evaluated
Fact
A large group of jellies is called a smack
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