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What may look like glowing eyes are actually organs beneath each eye that are inhabited by symbiotic bioluminescent bacteria. There are eight species
Found in Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina, this species remains fairly common despite continuing habitat loss and some hunting pressure (toucans are eat
For decades this beautiful South American bird has been bred in American zoos and is now established as a self-sustaining population of more than 500.
Dwelling on the edges of forests, along rivers, and where trees are present in savannahs, this huge toucan is the only member of its family commonly f
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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