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They’re mesmerizing, magnificent and great morning motivators! Tune in to our live jelly webcam for some Monday zen: bit.ly/jelly-webcam
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An electric eel can generate a shock of more than 500 volts. Think this is impressive? See how our veterinary and aquarist teams carefully perform routine health check-ups on this stunning animal: bit.ly/eel-ectric-checkup
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Swedish Fish are found in the North Atlantic Ocean, in the grocery store candy aisle, & on our @SwedishFish webcam! View for yourself here: bit.ly/swedishfishcam
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Days are longer, school’s out and the sun is hotter – it’s #summertime! Beat the heat this summer and experience the beauty of the ocean, all without leaving Atlanta! bit.ly/aqua-summerfun
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#DidYouKnow our green sea turtle in Ocean Voyager, Tank, was rescued more than 20 years ago? He also is an endangered species and inspiration to guests! 🌊🐢
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#Dolphins in the ocean are trying to tell us something. Find out why we should listen and what our experts have learned with more than a decade’s worth of #research: bit.ly/dolphin-research
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It’s 3:14 on 3-14! Happy #PiDay!..or as we say in our Cold Water Quest gallery, Happy Octo-Pi Day! 🐙
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It's #WorldWildlifeDay! Join us in celebrating conservation of all wildlife across the globe!
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We were thrilled to recently welcome #FINtasticFan, Lilly Kate, and her family to experience a day in the life of our sea lion training team! Lilly Kate is an aspiring sea lion trainer, and became a Georgia Aquarium sea lion trainer-for-a-day:
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It's electrifying! Electric eels can produce a shock of more than 500 volts, with its charge primarily for the defense against predators or to subdue its prey.
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