Inside the National Aquarium’s new Animal Care and Rescue Center


The residents of 901 E. Fayette St. include a stingray, a pufferfish, two seals and several turtles.

They all recently moved in to the National Aquarium's new Animal Care and Rescue Center in historic Jonestown, a 56,339-square-foot space that will provide a home for marine animals waiting to join an exhibit at the aquarium or who need to be quarantined or rehabilitated.

The facility, a former printing company office that cost $16 million to modernize, replaces the aquarium's animal care center…

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