Education, 4R program and funding

August 29, 2013 – 08:56

It's hard to miss the educational focus to visit the Aquarium. All views have plates or touch screens with information about its inhabitants. Opened in 2006, the Aquarium will also have educational stations to provide extra information to the public. Tanks that can touch the animals give the opportunity for interaction. In several areas, projectors display information about the animals on the walls and floor. The aquarium also offers backstage tours, where visitors can see how the aquarium fish feeds and cares.


Photo courtesy Georgia Aquarium.
Children research the aquatic life in the Learning Loop (Labyrinth Learning)
But beyond the areas visitors, 25% of Aquarius is facing research and education. The Learning Loop: space with learning labs and practical activities for students of different ages; encompasses an entire floor. The Learning Loop also offers classes in summer professional development for teachers. All educational programs take place in the Learning Loop, seperadamente of visitors to Aquarius. Officials estimate that 70, 000 students participate in programs every year.


A beluga whale habitat in 3.028 million liters. Beluga whales live only in the waters of the Arctic and Sub-Arctic, so the water in their tanks is always 13 ° C. Click here to watch a video of whales swimming in the tank.

The program 4R Aquarium is another way to search, save and improve the lives of fish in captivity and in the wild. The four Rs are: rehabilitation, relocation, rescue and research (in English, research, so the "4R"). Donations to the program include actions such as the rescue of Nico and Gasper and his relocation to Georgia. In this case, three people donated $ 50, 000 each, checked dollar for dollar by the community to rescue and relocate these animals.

As the Aquarium supports these programs, from food, shelter and viewing all these animals? We'll see where the money came from to build and maintain the aquarium in the next section.

Financing and maintaining the Aquarium The Georgia Aquarium began with the founder of Home Depot (shops "do it yourself"), Bernie Marcus. Marcus wanted to give a gift to the city of Atlanta and the State of Georgia: a gift that encouraged education and economic growth. In November 2001, he announced his plan to build an aquarium in downtown Atlanta. He and his wife Billi donated $ 250 million to build the Georgia Aquarium.

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