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The Aquarium of Niagara continues to expand its offerings with the opening of the M&T Bank Shark and Ray Bay.

Mike Desmond / WBFO News

The seals were outside the Aquarium of Niagara paddling around, while the sea lions were inside racing around their large pool. Neither knew they will be getting much larger homes in the not-too-distant future.

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The Aquarium of Niagara has announced its third major expansion project in the last three years. Executive director Gary Siddall talked to WBFO's Mark Wozniak about plans for the aquarium's M&T Bank Shark & Ray Bay.

Michael Mroziak, WBFO

In its 53 years of existence, the Aquarium of Niagara has never included jellyfish among its collection of aquatic creatures. That will change in early 2019. Leaders gathered Friday morning to announce that work has officially begun on a new jellyfish display at the Niagara Falls attraction.

A new home for penguins opens in Niagara Falls

Mar 14, 2018
Chris Caya WBFO News

The Aquarium of Niagara in Niagara Falls is celebrating the grand opening of its new Penguin Coast exhibit.

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By the end of this year, the Aquarium of Niagara will add jellyfish to its collection of sea creatures.

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When rescued as a pup, the gray seal named Medusa was completely blind. The two-year-old Aquarium of Niagara resident recently underwent successful cataract removal surgery. She'll remain blind for life, but aquarium officials say there are other reasons why the cataract surgery was still important.

Flipperless seal joining NF aquarium

Sep 22, 2017
Marine Mammal Stranding Center

A harbor seal whose rear flipper had to be amputated after being struck by a boat has recovered and is headed to the Niagara Falls aquarium.

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Work has started on a new exhibit for rare Humboldt Penguins at the Niagara Aquarium,  a $3.3 million project that represents the largest capital investment at the attraction in a half-century.

Area shorelines received a facelift as volunteers descended upon 40 area sites for the 30th annual Great Lakes Beach Sweep.