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In a fittingly jaw-some turn of events at the height of Shark Week frenzy, the Tennessee Aquarium hatched a baby female Epaulett ..read more
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On Thursday, July 18, a Gentoo Penguin chick died due to complications with its intestinal tract. The chick hatched on June 9 ..read more
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There are few things more likely to coax a smile from a Tennessee Aquarium employee than the hatching of a penguin chick. Except ..read more
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The Tennessee Aquarium’s ongoing effort to safeguard two turtle species against the possibility of extinction has produced four ..read more
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Six years ago, the Laurel Dace (Chrosomus saylori) was found in just five streams on the Cumberland Plateau. Thanks to a variety ..read more
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Stretching for more than 1,600 miles just off Australia’s northeast coast, the Great Barrier Reef is the kind of natural wonder ..read more
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The unexpected discovery of several clutches of eggs has the Tennessee Aquarium practically bursting with mothers-to-be ..read more
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Wednesday afternoon, under the curious scrutiny of onlookers gathered at the Coolidge Park boat ramp, Chattanooga students and s ..read more
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Enjoy the sights, sounds and spectacles of a Southeastern spring on your next Aquarium visit ..read more

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