Jack Hanna - Media Advisory - September 29, 2011
“Jungle” Jack Hanna visits Virginia Aquarium Sunday
Fall Happenings - September 19, 2011
JACK HANNA VISITS AQUARIUM!
In celebration of the Virginia Aquarium’s 25th anniversary year, “Jungle” Jack Hanna will appear for two shows (2:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m.) on Sunday, October 2. He, along with his live animals, will appear in the Aquarium’s 3D Imax® Theater. Hear Hanna’s insight into the protection and conservation of some of our planet’s most precious and endangered species. This action-packed presentation will leave guests with a renewed appreciation for all creatures. Tickets, priced at $17 each, are on a first come, first serve basis. They may be purchased by calling (757) 385-0300.
Creek Dolphin Was Elderly - September 06, 2011
The live bottlenose dolphin that was discovered last week in Diascund Creek off the Chickahominy River and found deceased by the Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center late Friday morning was an elderly specimen, according to a necropsy performed by the team on Saturday.
A Healthy Dolphin Up A Creek! - September 01, 2011
Hurricane Irene’s increased water levels may have caused a bottlenose dolphin to be up a creek, literally. While not trapped, the animal has been in the area for at least three days. Yesterday, the Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center responded by sending five Stranding Response Team members.