Emily Greenhalgh, Author at New England Aquarium

Articles by Emily Greenhalgh

Aquarium Animals - April 9, 2019
Unicorns Swim at the Aquarium!

Mythical creatures? We think not! Unicorns swim at the Aquarium every day. ...

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At the Aquarium - April 3, 2019
Dive Into the Indo-Pacific Coral Reef Exhibit

Opening just in time for school vacation, our new 9,000-gallon, floor-to-ceiling exhibit highlights one of the most happening neighborhoods in the ocean: an Indo-Pacific coral reef! ...

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At the Aquarium - February 11, 2019
Women and Girls in Science: Girl Power at the Aquarium

The New England Aquarium is an institution that knows girl power! We’re proud to highlight that power today, the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, a global initiative that aims to...

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Beyond the Aquarium - February 11, 2019
Leave the Seals Alone

It is completely normal for seals to haul themselves out on the shore. Seals that are seen on the shore in New England are not necessarily stranded or in need of help. Please leave them alone! ...

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At the Aquarium - January 22, 2019
Dangers of Offshore Oil and Gas

Offshore oil and gas development: bad for the environment, bad for New England. That was the message from the panel of experts at the January 10 Protect Our Coasts event at the New England Aquarium....

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Beyond the Aquarium - November 28, 2018
Taking Action on Climate Change

Climate change is real and happening now. Everyone and everything are affected by climate change. What matters now is what we’re doing about it. ...

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Aquarium Animals - September 22, 2017
Why the Sideways Face?

If you’ve ever looked closely at our Gulf of Maine exhibit, you may have noticed some funny-looking faces hiding in the sand. ...

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