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Hours

  • 9:00 am - 5:00 pm daily
  • Closed Christmas and Thanksgiving
  • Admission

    • Adult - $20.95 + tax
    • Child - $14.95 + tax (2 thru 12)
    • Child - free (under 2)
    • Senior - $16.95 + tax (65+)
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    Featured Animals

    Blind cavefish

    When first discovered in the 1930s, these eyeless, pigmentless fish were assigned their own genus, Anoptichthys. Since then, ichthyologists ha

    Black hawk-eagle

    The biodiversity of New World rain forests is demonstrated by the abundance of eagles that can be found in one place. This species (in addition to the

    Wideband anemonefish

    The Wideband anemonefish differs from its other clownfish relatives in the fact that it has a large white band in the center of its body. Like the Mc

    Magnificent sea anemone

    The Magnificent sea anemone, also call the Radianthus or Ritteri anemone for its previous name Radianthus ritteri, is one of the largest and m

    Recent Articles

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    In February 2008, The Dallas World Aquarium was contacted requesting assistance with four orphaned Amazonian manatees (Trichechus inunguis) in Iquitos

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    TOO CUTE — Pudu fawn!

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    IT’S A SQUIRREL? … IT’S AN OPOSSUM? … IT’S A SLOTH?…

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