pine knoll shores press room

pine knoll shores press room

Welcome to N.C. Aquarium at Pine Knol Shores' press room. To schedule a media visit, set up staff interviews, or for more information about an event or exhibit, please contact the Communications Department at 252-247-4003 extension 282.

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Endangered Crocodiles at NC Aquarium

The Aquarium professional animal care team will care for two critically endangered juvenile Orinoco crocodiles as part of a conservation effort, Project Return to the Llanos.

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Nation’s Leading Aquariums Join Forces to Tackle Climate Change

North Carolina Aquariums and the Pier join 20 others in pledging to address greenhouse gas emissions

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N.C. Aquarium Mourns Loss of Beloved North American River Otter

We are heartbroken to share the loss of our male North American river otter, Pungo. The 17-year-old otter had been receiving treatment for an age-related, degenerative spinal issue for a number of years.

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Carnival to Combat Climate Change

Teens’ community service project aims to bring awareness to environmental issues

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Little Free Library now at Aquarium

Visitors can now borrow or bring a book for the new Little Free Library at the Aquarium.

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N.C. Aquariums Care for Chilly Turtles

This season, the Aquariums have cared for more than 60 turtles caught in frigid water temperatures, unable to swim due to a hypothermia-like response.

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Aquariums Protect Birds Amid Avian Flu Threat

Three Bald Eagles and a Screech Owl are Moved to Temporary Habitats behind-the-scenes to protect them from possible interactions with wild birds.

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North Carolina Aquariums welcome guests back September 14

The North Carolina Aquarium at Pine Knoll Shores will welcome guests back Monday, September 14.

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