In just 10 short years, Georgia Aquarium has established itself as a leader in not-for-profit research, education, and conservation. Georgia Aquarium is a premier aquatic science education institution that has attracted over 20 million visitors since its opening, including 950,000 students and educators.
Learning to draw blood from the world’s largest fish
Whale shark experts at Georgia Aquarium developed an effective method of collecting blood from these gentle marine giants.
Sweeping the Hooch, one trashbagful at a time
Georgia Aquarium volunteers removed trash from the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area on Sweep the Hooch day.
#HelpingHunter: The tale of a rescued sea lion
Hunter the sea lion had a rough start in life but found his forever home at Georgia Aquarium.
Beneath the Scenes: Cleaning the sand filters at Georgia Aquarium
Watch as the Life Support Systems team uses a multi-step process to clean the filtration system of the AT&T Dolphin Coast gallery.
Hooray, the puffins are here!
At Georgia Aquarium's new puffin exhibit you can see horned and tufted puffins as well as pigeon guillemots and common murres.
The Ocean Voyager Gallery: What lies beneath
Ever wonder where all the fish poop in an aquarium goes?
A whale of a find in a far-away bay
In West Papua, Indonesia, Georgia Aquarium conducted the first-ever health assessment of a wild shark population
Find out your ocean spirit animal
Take this entertaining personality quiz to find out if you have the personality of a penguin or some other sea creature.
Georgia Aquarium partners with Smithsonian Institute
Georgia Aquarium has partnered with the Smithsonian Institute to offer multiple educational opportunities through a series of workshops.