Texas State Aquarium Conservation Series

At the Texas State Aquarium, part of our mission is supporting wildlife conservation and we are doing that through our Wildlife Rescue program and numerous partnerships. The Aquarium is currently participating and supporting conservation research that improves wildlife populations of coral, sharks, ocelots and sea turtles.

Join us as we walk to you through our new video conservation series to learn more about the things we are proactively doing to contribute to conservation in the Coastal Bend.

  • Coral

    The Texas State Aquarium has collaborated with Dr. Keisha Bahr at Texas A&M- Corpus Christi to research how changes in the chemistry of our ocean impact coral reefs.

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  • Ocelots

    The Texas State Aquarium proudly welcomed two young, sister ocelots named Milla and Leeloo, who arrived as part of the Ocelot Species Survival Plan (SSP).

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  • Sharks

    As a big supporter of shark conservation, the Texas State Aquarium is heavily involved in partnering with other organizations to conduct shark research.

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  • Sea Turtles

    Living on the Gulf Coast means living next to sea turtles, and the Texas State Aquarium is determined to help injured and cold-stunned sea turtles in the Corpus Christi Bay.

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