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Friday, October 19, 2018

At the Mystic Aquarium

Sounds of the Aquarium

They bark. They bray. They roar. And they can get really loud! It's time you hear the Sounds of the Aquarium.

New to Mystic Aquarium's YouTube channel, Sounds of the Aquarium invites you to turn up the volume and join our animal trainers on exhibit as they make some noise with our animals! You'll meet one of the animals in our care and hear its unique vocalizations all while learning the importance of each sound from its trainer.

Click the video below to meet (and hear from!) Kela and her trainer Carey - be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel as well!

Sounds of the Aquarium - Learn About Beluga Whale Vocalizations

Did you know?

It can take up to 400 years or more for a plastic bottle or beverage holder to decompose, up to 600 years for fishing line and 10 to 20 years for a plastic bag to break down. While recycling single-use plastics can be helpful, consider more sustainable options like purchasing reusable bottles and bags - you'll help to save the planet and may save some money along the way!


Comb Jelly

At nearly 700 million years old (according to new fossil records), the comb jelly is in fact, not a true jelly - it's not even a close relative! Much unlike a true jelly, comb jellies don't have stinging cells. Another unique feature is the eight rows of cilia - or combs - that run along their bodies. These combs help propel them through the water and look like a rainbow current.


October 13 may have been African Penguin Awareness Day, but we're extending the celebration with this special offer: SAVE 25% on your Penguin Encounter when you book your program today!

A Message from Our Sponsor...

In the holiday tradition of the “Osmond Family Christmas” television specials, the legendary Donny and Marie invite you and your family to celebrate the spirit of the season with them in true Osmond fashion. Entertainment Weekly raved that their live performance is “INSANELY ENTERTAINING. A song and dance spectacular.”