WAMU 88.5 : The Kojo Nnamdi Show

National Aquarium

At the end of September, the National Aquarium shuttered the doors of its 81-year-old facility in the basement of the Department of Commerce building and began the process of relocating most of the 2,500 aquatic inhabitants to its location in Baltimore. Kojo talks with the National Aquarium's CEO about its exhibits and programs in Baltimore, and about the prospect of bringing sea life back into the nation's capital.

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