This could be an art installation. But it’s not. The goosefish’s egg veil is a temporary addition to her exhibit at the New England Aquarium. You’re looking at several hundred thousand eggs, bound together in a gelatinous sheet that gracefully billows through her exhibit, which she laid just a couple days ago.
Visitor Pictures: Sometimes the scuba divers draw more attention than the sharks, the turtles or the fish. An awesome shot shared by @PattyNeal on Twitter.
140 species of marine animals
There are more than 2,000 animals of 140 species living in our freshly refurbished Caribbean coral reef. In these pictures you can see two species of sea turtle (Kemp’s ridley and loggerhead) and two species of sharks (bonnethead and blacknose).
Come check ‘em out! Visiting has never been easier now with our timed ticketing program. Choose the day and time you’d like to visit and buy in advance. We are open until 6 p.m. on July 4!
It was a wonderful day at the New England Aquarium yesterday
Short bigeye, just one of hundreds of fish checking out the new corals in the Giant Ocean Tank. #fish #boston
Oh hi buddy.
If turtles could smile… This is Carolina. If turtles could smile, she would be smiling. That’s because she’s home again. Just watch the video, you’ll understand.