Even if you are just getting started with setting up a simple aquarium, you already know that artificial marine life is an art that people take seriously these days. The likes of Maritime, Virginia, and Florida aquarium are still investing to make their Aquariums suitable for visitors as well as students.

According to a post published on NC Advertiser by the Darien Times, Maritime Aquarium open its door to educators in the region.

Maritime Aquarium hosts free open house for educators

“‘Fish School’ demonstrates all the ways the Aquarium can be an extension of the classroom,” said Tom Naiman, the Aquarium’s director of education. “From our animal exhibits to our IMAX Theater to our catalog of unique programs — for preschoolers all the way up to college level – the Aquarium and our education programs are intended to support educators, while of course teaching and inspiring their students.”

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The objective of the show is to give students and teachers the opportunity to connect with the educational materials at the aquarium to help fulfill state.

You now have the opportunity to get an admission at Virginia Aquarium, as shown in a report published on WTKR by the Web Staff.

Virginia Aquarium offering half off admission in October

If you haven’t been to the Virginia Aquarium lately, October’s the perfect time to go! Throughout the entire month, Hampton Roads residents will receive 50 percent off Aquarium admission.

To receive the discount, all you need to do is show proof of residency, such as a valid Hampton Roads license or photo ID with matching current utility bill for a Hampton Roads residence. Anyone who lives in the following areas, including member localities of the Hampton Roads Planning District Commission, is eligible for the discount:

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According to the report, those who want to get an admission from the aquarium can get up to 50% discounts.

In other news, as reported by Veronica Brezina Smith on the Biz Journal, Florida Aquarium has a new member of staff.

Florida Aquarium adds another new exec to its team

The aquarium has brought on board Tim Binder, who will serve as vice president of animal care and health. His priorities will focus on animal care, develop new exhibits and expand existing ones and facilitate partnerships with organizations, according to the news release.

Binder has 20 years of experience in working at the John G. Shedd Aquarium in Chicago and the Georgia Aquarium, one of the largest aquariums in the United States.

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According to the report, the new vice president, Tim Binder, will be in charge of animal care and their overall health.

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