NEW PACIFIC VISIONS WING at The Long Beach Aquarium Tour | Theekholms

Hey guys in this video I’m going to take you through the new Pacific visions wing of the Aquarium of the Pacific here in Long Beach California this building costs fifty three million dollars who’s designed as a biomorphic structure that invokes the Pacific Ocean the entrance is a large room where the reefs and […]


If there ever was a fish worth talking about It’s all the various kinds of trout The native brook is a sight to see With that blood red color on its belly The orange red color of the brown trout Should make you wanna shout Have you ever seen beauty such as this In some […]

small fish HUGE IMPACT !! From AMAZON to Aquarium

I made this painting to generate a donation for people who live in this area of the Amazon River and catch fish for the aquarium hobby like this. This is made possible through a group of volunteers called Project Piaba so let’s back up a minute before we go forward. Those people catching those fish […]

Inside The Tanks (Full Documentary)

For decades, marine captivity has been one of the most profitable industries in the tourism sector, bringing millions of people around the world to watch these animals jump, splash and play. But in recent years, a much darker side to the industry has come to light. And whilst many of the marine parks are thousands […]

Meeting Dr. Jane Goodall | andimals/conservation | Raimy Roams

Of course we are not the only beings on the planet with personalities minds and emotions we are part of and not separated from The rest of the animal kingdom Hi guys So today we’re going to go see Jane well I already saw it but I’m going to share it with you guys so […]

Behind the scenes: Preparing a hīnaki (eel trap) for an iwi exhibition

Mark: The object behind me, or taonga, is called a hīnaki, or eel trap. It’s usually put across a river or a stream, and at certain times of the year the eels migrate, and they get to the end of this hīnaki and they can’t go anywhere else. So originally it would have been tied […]

Proposed Catfish Regulations – Truman Reservoir and Lake of the Ozarks

Kevin Sullivan: The Missouri Department of Conservation and anglers have seen a noticeable decline in the numbers of large blue catfish at Truman and Lake of the Ozarks. We’re proposing regulations that will provide protection for medium size fish so that we’ll have more large fish for future generations, while still allowing anglers to take […]

Ask the Aquarium — “Are Other Fish Safe in the Electric Eel Tank?”

The Ember Tetra is what we just added into the (electric eel) exhibit. They are a pretty common fish in the aquarium world, as far as just about any local retailer can have them. So they’re easily accessible and bred at their facilities, which is nice, so we don’t have to go out and catch […]

Returning the American eel to the Susquehanna River Basin

Aaron Henning — I’m an aquatic biologist for the Susquehanna River Basin Commission. We’re at Conewago Creek in Dauphin County helping the Conewago Creek initiative with a fish survey. The stream is undergoing a lot of habitat restoration as well as having native American eels stocked into it by myself last year. So we did […]

Southern Appalachian Brook Trout release (Spring 2018)

Today was the day that we released the 280 Southern Appalachian Brook Trout fry that we have been housing at the Tennessee Aquarium since last November. We spawned them in house with broodstock that was collected from left prong, Hampton Creek. Today, we’re releasing the young into Little Stony Creek up near Elizabethton, Tennessee, in […]