Free Aquavision Recordings

Miss one of our free Aquavision streams? See descriptions and links to watch below!

  • Dolphins Underwater

    Meet the Aquarium’s resident bottlenose dolphins and discover more about the incredible adaptations of these marine mammals.

    Hear from a dolphin trainer about how we provide care for these animals, and ask her your questions live!

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  • Ask the Expert: Aquarist

    Meet an Aquarist and discover what is takes to care for the fish and other aquatic animals at the Aquarium.

    Our Aquarist will be answering the questions YOU email us and taking questions live from Facebook.

  • Animal Locomotion

    It’s all about moving around!

    Getting to your food or away from predators is important for survival and each animal has a unique way of doing so. Learn about the flyers, swimmers, and crawlers that make Texas State Aquarium home.

  • Tour TSA

    Join us on a virtual tour of the Texas State Aquarium.

    From coral reefs to a Caribbean jungle, discover the animals that live here and the habitats they call home.

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  • Shorebirds

    What kind of bird is a shorebird?

    Learn about the different birds who make the coastline their home, and how they use feet, beaks, and bills to navigate a world that’s half land and half water.

  • Plankton

    Discover the world of plankton, the drifters of the sea.

    Learn about the diversity of plankton and the crucial role these organisms play in the ocean. Virtually meet some live planktonic residents of the Texas State Aquarium!

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  • Ask the Expert - Veterinarian

    Introducing a new tradition: every Thursday, we will have a new expert live on camera who is here to answer your questions.

    First up is Dr. Taylor Yaw DVM, Head Veterinarian at Texas State Aquarium. He’ll be answering questions YOU emailed us, and taking questions live from Facebook.

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  • What Makes a Fish a Fish?

    What makes a fish a fish?

    Learn about the basic parts of all fish and the different types of fish that live at the Texas State Aquarium. Then, go on a virtual visit of some Aquarium exhibits and decide for yourself who is a fish and who is not.

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  • Live from Rescue

    Head offsite to the Texas State Aquarium’s Wildlife Rescue Center.

    Discover the work we do behind-the-scenes to rehabilitate and release injured wildlife.

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  • Flamingos

    Join us live to learn about the enigmatic and colorful flamingos.

    Get a bird’s-eye view of the Aquarium using our state-of-the-art HD cameras, and watch the birds’ interactions with their habitats and each other… down to the feather.

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  • Coral Reef Dive

    Have you ever wanted a diver’s perspective of one of our exhibits?

    Join a diver live in our Cheniere Mesoamerican Coral Reef and get an up-close look at how we care for our coral reef fish.

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  • Octopus Enrichment

    Join us as we learn up close about the mysterious Giant Pacific octopus.

    Discover the importance of environmental enrichment for this curious cephalopod and watch her interact with new objects in her environment.

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  • Dolphin Training

    Meet our ‘bachelor pod’ of four male bottlenose dolphins here at the Aquarium.

    We’ll be watching a live training with the boys and their trainers.

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  • Otter Enrichment

    Join us live from behind the scenes as we prepare our North American river otter exhibit for the day.

    Discover the importance of environmental enrichment for our animals and observe Merlin as he interacts with his new environment!

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  • Invertebrates

    Discover the invertebrates that call Texas State Aquarium home.

    Meet the residents of our touch pool and some of their neighbors, and find out what makes being spineless so special

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  • Shark and Ray Feeding

    Join us as we head behind the scenes to feed the sharks, rays and fishes that make the H-E-B Caribbean Sea exhibit their home.

    Discover how we make sure each animal receives the proper nutrition as well as the important role these animals play in the ecosystem. 

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  • Sloths

    Explore the world of our Linnaeus’ two-toed sloths, Xena and Chico.

    We’ll discover more about their daily lives and how we care for them here at the Aquarium.

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  • Squid Dissection

    Investigate the wild world of cephalopods, those “head-foot” animals.

    We will discover the special characteristics of the phylum Mollusca, as well as the adaptations that squid use to eat, move, and protect themselves from predators. Watch as we conduct an external and internal dissection of a squid.

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  • Turtle Tracks

    Join us to track Olive, a Kemp’s Ridley sea turtle, on her journey across the Gulf of Mexico.

    We’ll discuss why scientists track sea turtles and what technology they use.

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  • Wild Flight Training

    Meet a Wild Flight trainer at the Texas State Aquarium and discover how we use animal training to enrich our animals’ lives and improve their husbandry.

    Watch a live animal training session, and learn how the team trains behaviors that highlight the natural adaptations of our animals.

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  • Animal Diets

    Join us live from the Texas State Aquarium’s Commissary as we met with the dedicated staff who make sure all our animals are well-fed and healthy.

    Watch them prepare diets for our animals and get a rare look behind the scenes!

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  • Coral Reef Conservation

    Coral reefs are some of the most diverse habitats on earth. Join us as we head underwater to the reefs of the Caribbean and the Gulf of Mexico.

    Together, we’ll discover what we can do to protect corals and the animals that call reefs home.

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  • Predator Prey

    Join us live from the Aquavision studio as we discover what adaptations predators have compared to animals that are prey.

    We’ll be taking a close look at skulls and other biofacts, and watching some live animals in their Aquarium habitats.

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  • Let's Talk Sharks

    View our resident sharks live from the Texas State Aquarium!

    View our resident sharks live from the Texas State Aquarium! Discover why shark conservation is important and what scientists and aquariums are doing to conserve these mysterious animals.

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  • Sea Turtle Rescue

    Discover the work the Texas State Aquarium’s Wildlife Rescue program does to rehabilitate and release injured wildlife.

    Then, hear the story of a wildlife rescue patient that we hope to one day release.

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