Monthly Archives: October 2012

Last year, a new hero joined the cause in protecting and defending Long Island Sound. Captain Living Sound is kind enough to occasionally drop by The Maritime Aquarium to share his passion for the Sound and his ideas for how … Continue reading

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We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again and again: we could not operate with our volunteers. Right now there are more than 200 people who volunteer for The Maritime Aquarium. Over our 24½ years, hundreds more have given … Continue reading

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Robert F. Kennedy never backed down from a fight, even when it was with mobsters, union thugs or Southern segregationists.  His son certainly has the same pluck. RFK Jr. spoke for nearly 90 minutes Thursday night at The Maritime Aquarium, … Continue reading

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All good pet owners know that a lack of good dental care can lead to health issues for their dog or cat.  Fido and Whiskers can get plaque, tartar and gingivitis, which can cause tooth decay or even infections that … Continue reading

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By Jennifer Herring, president of The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk In June 1969, the Cuyahoga River in downtown Cleveland caught fire. The river caught fire. Thickly polluted with sludge and waste from industries, the river’s surface burst into flames when … Continue reading

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Did you know that triggerfish can rotate each eye independently? We had to remove the carnivores from the Long Island Sound Fall Season display due to aggressive behavior. With strong jaws triggerfish can prey on just about anything including crabs … Continue reading

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