Our newest residents, 20 blacktip reef sharks, are built for speed! Learn how in today's blog post from shark expert, Holly Bourbon!
Friday Infographic: Sharks
For #SharkWeek, why not try some actual shark science? Also, how awesome is that photo by Chris Fallows? Scientific Publications | RJ Dunlap Marine Conservation Program
Happy #SharkWeek ! The largest shark alive today is the whale shark, which can get up to 60 feet long, while the dwarf lantern shark can fit in your hand.
It's the most wonderful time of the year - Shark Week! Click to meet the many shark species that call the Aquarium home (including blacktip reef sharks, pictured above)!
Did you know? These zebras lose their stripes! As juveniles, these sharks have dark bodies with yellowish stripes. Click to learn more about the sharks that call the Aquarium home!
The horn shark gets its name because it has a short venomous "horn" in front of each of its dorsal fins for protection. Click here to learn more about these and the many other sharks that call the Aquarium home!
Amazing Animal of the Week - SHARKS | Facebook
BASKING SHARK Fun Facts: After the whale shark, the basking shark is the second largest living fish, and can grow up to 32 feet long. These sharks are often mistaken for plesiosaurs, a group of long-necked, predatory marine reptiles that lived at the time of the dinosaurs.