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By Dave Sigworth, publicist of The Maritime Aquarium You might think that, after studying a species for 26-some years, in one remote corner of the planet, you might become somewhat coldly scientific about the creatures. That you might start to … Continue reading

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“We are all here today to talk about a tooth,” Dr. Martin Nweeia, a dentist from Sharon, Conn., said to a captive audience at The Maritime Aquarium Monday night. For more than an hour, he spun tales of his encounters … Continue reading

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year! “The Polar Express” returns to our IMAX theater, twinkling lighthouses adorn our galleries, and there will be several Santa sightings over the next few weeks. Don’t miss all The Maritime Aquarium has … Continue reading

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It is impossible to resist the orphaned orangutans of Borneo in the movie Born to Be Wild. Dr. Birute Galdikas, world-renowned primatologist, works to protect the endangered orangutans that live in the forest canopy. According to the Orangutan Foundation International, … Continue reading

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IMAX, developed in 1970 and traditionally found in science museums or amusement parks, is a movie experience of sight and sound not found in regular theaters. But now, IMAX has a new competitor, Digital IMAX. The differences are significant. Traditional … Continue reading

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