Beware of bright and beautiful. Poison dart frogs are some of the most toxic animals on the planet. Their vivid colors warn potential predators that they are poisonous to eat. See what else is new! Always looks before leaping. A silver arowana has keen eyesight and the ability to jump out of the water to catch insects and small birds. Discover what else fish eat! No dentist needed. A cavity-resistant enamel coating on shark teeth keeps them bacteria-free. Dive with sharks! Featured Events Explore Our Events “Seas” The Opportunity Promotion Apr 19, 2019 - May 27, 2019 High School Career Day Apr 19, 20199am - 4pm Adult Swim: Wine, Beer & Spirits Tastings May 17, 20197 - 10pm Captain's (B)log April 10, 2019 / Education Exploring Similarities, Celebrating Differences: Amphibians and Reptiles Once upon a time, reptiles and amphibians were classified together as one family. Scientists believe that reptiles... Read More March 20, 2019 / Conservation,Diving Coral Reefs Need Our Help! One of the most biodiverse ecosystems in the world, coral reefs are in serious peril. Coral reefs take up about 1% of the... Read More February 26, 2019 / Species Highlights Species Highlight: The Argentine Tegu Commonly known as the giant tegu, the Argentine black-and-white tegu is the largest species of tegu lizard. We are going... Read More Swim Over To Our Blog Follow us out to sea Powered by Juicer Thanks to our partners News Alerts 3:30 Exhibit feeds may vary this week (4/14 – 4/21) We are open on Easter!