Tennessee Aquarium

Todd Stailey

The Tennessee Aquarium and Tennessee Tech University collaborated to put the skills of iCube to work creating a 3D educational game. 

Tennessee Aquarium

The Delta Bayou Exhibit at the Tennessee Aquarium has undergone renovations and will soon be home to a congregation of American Alligators when the exhibit opens March 14th. 

Humpback Whales 3D is the new movie showing at the IMax theater downtown Chattanooga.  

Dr. Jim McClintock has spent so much time studying life in Antarctica that they named McClintock Point in his honor. 

Tennessee Aquarium

The Cast Iron Cook Off is Sunday, September 14th at the Chattanooga Market located in the First Tennessee Pavilion. 

Serve and Protect is the annual outreach event that hopes to educate people about sustainable food production practices as well as raise funds to support the Tennessee Aquarium. 

Tennessee Aquarium

The Tennessee Aquarium is celebrating sharks on Friday August 1, 2014 from 6:00 to 8:30 PM. 

Tennessee Aquarium

The Tennessee Aquarium expanded the River Otter exhibit to provide a more realistic environment for the otters and a better experience for aquarium guests. 

IMAX & MacGillivray Freeman FIlms

The new 3D movie at the Tennessee Aquarium's IMAX Theater takes you to one of the most bio-diverse areas of the ocean with a tour of the Coral Triangle. 

Stephen Rolfe Powell

The whimsical glass art of Stephen Rolfe Powell is on display at the Tennessee Aquarium through a collection of glass sculptures known as Whackos

The Tennessee Aquarium's Yuletide Fishtivities begin after the Christmas holiday and last until January 6th.  WUTC's Mark Colbert reports.

Tennessee River Rescue

To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Tennessee River Rescue organizers will host an art contest, throw a party, and expect more volunteers than ever to help clean up the Tennessee River and its watershed. 

Scott M. Porush

Serve and Protect is the sustainable seafood program at the Tennessee Aquarium, encouraging people to eat seafood that has been harvested sustainably. As part of Serve and Protect, celebrity chef Virginia Willis will participate in the "Decapod Duel," a cook-off involving shrimp and crayfish on Thursday, September 19th.

Some of the world's rivers provide a natural habitat for extremely large fish.  These animals are the stars in the  Nat Geo WILD program Monster Fish.  In June 2012 Zeb Hogan visited Chattanooga in search of giant catfish in the Tennessee River.  The season opener for Monster Fish will air on Nat Geo WILD Friday July 5, 2013 at 10:00 PM and includes the Chattanooga visit.

Tennessee Aquarium

The Great White Shark may be one of the most misunderstood animals of all time.