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  • Penguins

    African Black-Footed Penguins

    They’re cute. They walk funny. They’re flightless. But these little guys sure can swim. They’re African Penguins and you can find them at Penguin Island! More details

  • Chambered nautilus

    Chambered Nautilus

    This fascinating species is referred to as a “living fossil” since it’s remained virtually unchanged for millions of years. More details

  • Giant isopod

    Giant Isopod

    Our Dinosaurs of the Deep exhibit includes larger-than-life, insect-like giant isodpods, deep sea species that can reach sizes anywhere between 7.5 - 14 inches. More details

  • Little Blue Penguins

    Little Blue Penguins

    Little blue penguins are the smallest species of penguin in the world, growing an average of 13 inches in height and weighing in at just 3 pounds on average. More details

  • Longspine snipefish

    Longspine Snipefish

    Found worldwide in tropical to subtropical waters of the Atlantic, Indian and west Pacific Oceans, the longspine snipefish are known for their reddish pink dorsals and silver bellies. More details

  • Pinecone Fish

    Pinecone Fish

    Pinecone fish are known for their intricate designs, and receive their descriptive name from the enlarged, strong large platelike scales, called scutes, that cover their oval shaped bodies. More details

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    Cape Porcupine

    Cape Porcupines, like the ones you can find on exhibit in our Hippo Haven exhibit, are the largest rodents in southern Africa, and one of the biggest porcupines on Earth. More details

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    Bamboo Sharks

    Get up close with White Spotted Bamboo and Brown Banded Bamboo Sharks in our Touch-a-Shark Exhibit, presented by Humana. More details

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