advocacy - November 3, 2022
8 Ways be an Ocean Advocate in Your Community

Being an ocean advocate might sound like a big job—but there are plenty of little things you can do in your own community to help protect our ocean. It only requires taking the first step, and any...

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at the aquarium - October 31, 2022
Raising Fish Sustainably: A Q&A with Barbara Bailey

A recent NOAA grant will help the Aquarium expand its sustainable aquaculture program. Here, Curator of Husbandry and Sustainability Barbara Bailey talks about the program's history, what it takes to...

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advocacy - September 23, 2022
Recapping the Stellwagen Bank Conservation Excursion

Policymakers from across Massachusetts attended a whale watch excursion to Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary, learning about the Aquarium's conservation efforts. ...

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anderson cabot center research - August 10, 2022
The Shark Questions Our Scientists Always Wanted to Answer

For Shark Week, we asked our shark scientists: What are some questions about sharks you wish you were asked? Check out their answers below! ...

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outside the aquarium - July 29, 2022
anderson cabot center research - April 26, 2022
aquarium animals - April 22, 2022
Do all the penguins have names?

A common question we get here at the New England Aquarium penguin colony is: “Do all the birds have names?” The answer to that is: yes, they all do! Not only do they all have names, but all of...

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outside the aquarium - April 13, 2022
outside the aquarium - February 15, 2022
Hopeful Gains

BlueSwell startups pitch their businesses to each other and to possible mentors. BlueSwell is a partnership between the New England Aquarium and SeaAhead, Inc. that develops a group of bluetech...

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anderson cabot center research - January 31, 2022
Whalewatcher Special Issue

The Journal of the American Cetacean Society, "Whalewatcher" has released a special issue titled Right Whales at Risk, edited by Peter Corkeron, Senior Scientist and Chair of the Kraus Marine Mammal...

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anderson cabot center research - December 20, 2021
2021-22 North Atlantic Right Whale Mother and Calf Pairs

December through March is calving season for North Atlantic right whales. Meet the newest North Atlantic right whale mother and calf pairs. ...

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outside the aquarium - November 28, 2021
Cold-Stunned Sea Turtle Frequently Asked Questions

Learn more about how sea turtles become cold-stunned and how to help them. ...

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outside the aquarium - November 2, 2021
Aquarium and zoo teams work to save nearly 100 eastern box turtles being illegally smuggled out of the U.S.

When nearly 100 eastern box turtles, being illegally smuggled out of the U.S., were confiscated this summer by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service at a U.S. port while en route to Asia, the New England...

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anderson cabot center research - October 25, 2021
Right Whale Population Declines for 10th Straight Year

Scientists estimate there are just 336 North Atlantic right whales left in the world. The species struggles due to entanglement, vessel strikes, and the shifting of food sources due to climate...

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outside the aquarium - October 13, 2021
Jeff Corwin Visits with the Aquarium’s Turtle Rescue Team

Get a sneak peek at Wild Life Nation with Jeff Corwin, which will feature the Aquarium's Sea Turtle Rescue Program in an upcoming episode. ...

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anderson cabot center research - October 8, 2021
Full Protections Restored for Northeast Canyons and Seamounts Marine National Monument

Momentous changes are in store for the Northeast Canyons and Seamounts Marine National Monument due to the Biden-Harris administration’s recent decision to restore full protections to this...

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anderson cabot center research - November 20, 2020
Untangling Mystery

Aquarium scientists use new tagging technology to follow leatherback sea turtles freed from ensnarement. ...

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