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Don't dive in head first.

Garden eels use their tails to burrow into the sand.

Always looks before leaping.

A silver arowana has keen eyesight and the ability to jump out of the water to catch insects and small birds.

No dentist needed.

A cavity-resistant enamel coating on shark teeth keeps them bacteria-free.

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January 3, 2020 / Education

Bird is the Word

You might be curious about the bird calls you hear while walking through the Aquarium’s Tropical Forest Gallery. Birds... Read More

September 3, 2019 / Conservation

5 Tips to Recycle Responsibly

We all want to do our part to help the Earth, but sometimes we feel we just we don’t know how. Nine out of 10 people... Read More

January 17, 2020 / Species Highlights

5 Things I Learned: Surinam Toad

With a triangular head, flattened appearance, bumpy skin and tiny lidless black eyes, the Surinam toad is one... Read More

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