Ripley's Aquariums

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Special Survival Plan

As a part of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums’ Species Survival Plan, Ripley’s Aquariums work with other AZA institutions to maintain a genetically diverse, demographically varied, and biologically sound population of various species, from sand tiger sharks and spotted eagle rays to seahorses and sawfish. Across three species, there are only 38 sawfish currently in AZA institutions, with Ripley’s providing a home for a good number of these critically endangered creatures.

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Ripley's Cartoon of the Day

March 1, 2024

Cartoon of the Day

Nearly every year, locals of Wisconsin's Chippewa Flowage use gas-powered boats to push back floating bog islands.

Ripley's Cartoon of the Day

Robert Ripley began the Believe It or Not! cartoon in 1918. Today, Kieran Castaño is the eighth artist to continue the legacy of illustrating the world's longest-running syndicated cartoon!