It takes up to 15,000-lbs of food to satisfy every creature at Georgia Aquarium. From tiny two-inch archerfish to the massive 25-foot whale sharks.
The staff are concerned when a beloved African penguin falls mysteriously ill. Then, the aquarium witnesses the annual spawning of an endangered coral species.
The staff use laser-equipped cameras to determine just how long Trixie the whale shark is. Plus, a shy box turtle makes friends.
After devouring all his tankmate's food, a hungry sea turtle finds a space to eat in peace. Plus, two beluga whales are welcomed to their new home.
A rescued sea otter must build his independence after becoming too attached to his best friend. And, over 50 African penguins are moved for spring cleaning.
A sea lion has tummy trouble and the team feeds him a snack to help them investigate why. Plus, Big Mama the guitarfish may be living up to her name.
Technology from California is brought to the aquarium to monitor beluga whale activity. And, a sea star undergoes a check-up after suspicious growths form.
The African penguin colony welcome their newest additions after a successful mating season. Plus, a sea otter is introduced to the rest of the raft.
The team is eager to open their new exhibit featuring rare albino alligators. Plus, divers must swim with Taroko the whale shark to get a blood sample.
Aquarium staff travel to a remote island to get footage of whale sharks during mating season. Plus, a seal is treated for joint pain.