Tag: Shelldon

20

Apr2017
The North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher recently hosted the world famous Weeki Wachee mermaids for two fun-filled weekends in March. Two sets of mermaids traveled from Weeki Wachee Springs State Park, Florida to meet and greet with visitors, swim with our resident fish and sea turtle, Shelldon, ... Read More

17

Mar2016

Easy Being Green

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March 17, 2016
For St. Patrick’s Day, we are going to highlight a few of our “green” animals living here at the N.C. Aquarium at Fort Fisher. Not all of these critters are turtles, or even reptiles, but learning about different types of animals is a great way for your students to compare ... Read More

10

Mar2016

Say “Cheese!”

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March 10, 2016
This week we are interviewing one of our staff, Lindsey, who has the awesome job of taking pictures of our animals at the Aquarium, including sea turtles.What is your job title and description at the N.C. Aquarium at Fort Fisher?I am the Public Relations Assistant. My main duty is running the Aquarium’s ... Read More

19

Mar2015

Diving with Shelldon

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March 19, 2015
This week we have a guest post from our Assistant Dive Safety Officer, Kathy, who regularly dives in our Cape Fear Shoals exhibit where our green sea turtle, Shelldon, lives.There are always sharks, eels, and lots of fish to observe when I go diving in the Cape Fear Shoals exhibit ... Read More

12

Feb2015
Have you enjoyed learning about sea turtles each week? Have you debated using the lessons with your students? Recently the Aquarium hosted a teacher training workshop to give teachers more confidence in using sea turtles to teach STEM.We started by sharing information about why sea turtles are different. You can ... Read More

05

Dec2014
This week we are meeting Jacob, one of our aquarists.Hello, I am Jacob and I work as one of the aquarist at the Aquarium. I am in charge of caring for our 60 pound green sea turtle, Shelldon. I started as a summer camper at the Aquarium when I was ... Read More

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