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This popular aquarium fish was unknown to science until 1956, when ichthyologists at the Smithsonian Institution and Stanford University published des
The Fathead anthias is also known as the Sunburst anthias because of the splash of yellow color on its face. It was originally described in 1949 and
The infamous Australian Cane toad was originally native to Tropical America, from South Texas to the Amazon Basin. It can exceed five pounds in weigh
This beautiful bird has always been a rare exhibit. The DWA has had unusual success propagating this species. Young birds have white heads. Weighin
Earth Day 2015 Manatee Release
In February 2008, The Dallas World Aquarium was contacted requesting assistance with four orphaned Amazonian manatees (Trichechus inunguis) in Iquitos
AMBASSADORS AT THE DWA
“Welcome to the DWA” — frequently said by many of our ambassadors as you begin your journey through the rainforest....
TOO CUTE — Pudu fawn!
We want to introduce you to one of the cutest babies at The Dallas World Aquarium — our Southern pudu...
IT’S A SQUIRREL? … IT’S AN OPOSSUM? … IT’S A SLOTH?…
The identification of the mammal at the top of our general admissions entrance area seems to stump everyone who sees...
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