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Take a Virtual Tour Through River Scout! 


Take a Virtual Tour Through River Scout

September 25, 2016

Written by: Imogen Farris, Public Relations Coordinator

Even though Atlanta is two hundred miles from the ocean, we are still connected by various river systems that serve as a direct link to the sea. It’s important to remember that we’re all connected to our world ocean this way. Our actions at home can affect the environment directly around us and the environment hundreds of miles away.

Today we are celebrating World Rivers Day! This international holiday has been celebrated since 2005, with more than 60 countries and millions of people participating each year. World Rivers Day is important to celebrate because it allows us to highlight our local river systems, as well as those across the globe.

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The Stars of Sea Otter Awareness Week


The Stars of Sea Otter Awareness Week

September 20, 2016

Written by: Imogen Farris, Public Relations Coordinator

Join us in celebrating our sea otters and sea otters around the world during Sea Otter Awareness Week beginning Sept. 18 through Sept. 24. Special educational activities will take place in our atrium on Sept. 23 from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. You will have the opportunity to learn more about our Southern sea otters and additional information about how you can help with the conservation of sea otters. Our Georgia-Pacific Cold Water Quest is home to five Southern sea otters, two of which arrived when the Aquarium opened in 2005 and three others who were rescued in 2010. 

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Georgia Aquarium to Release TJ the Loggerhead Sea Turtle


Best Fishes to Sea Turtle T.J.!
Georgia Aquarium to Release Loggerhead Sea Turtle

September 16, 2016

Written by: Imogen Farris, Public Relations Coordinator

Just over nine years ago, a loggerhead sea turtle hatchling stranded along the Jekyll Island coast. Today, Georgia Aquarium team members are preparing this rescued sea turtle, now known as T.J., for his return to the coastal waters of Georgia after a successful rehabilitation. Monday, September 19, marks the exciting day T.J. will be released into his natural habitat.

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