Dive into the colorful and interesting world of water at the ABQ BioPark Aquarium.
Immerse yourself in the colorful world of a coral reef in the Gulf of Mexico.
The blacktip shark is the ABQ BioPark Aquarium's current featured species.
The Gulf Coast is home to some of the most colorful and diverse underwater creatures.
Shipwrecks provide homes for an array of underwater life.
Become mesmerized by the strange yet graceful jellyfish.
Experience the sea's most colorful and diverse ecosystem.
See the inhabitants of the Rio Grande a century ago, alongside the inhabitants of our modern-day Great River. This exhibit underscores the diminishing diversity and loss of species in the Rio Grande watershed.
The Rio Grande Cutthroat Trout Stream simulates freshwater stream habitat with the swift flow, crystal clear water, and cold temperatures that native cutthroat trout require.
Life flourishes within these salty beds.
Although shifting, sandy shores can be healthy ecosystems for fish, birds, and land animals.
Learn more about the ocean's super predators.
Marvel at the details of miniature ship models.
See the stunning animals from the South Pacific in this gallery of jewel tanks.
The shoreline hosts its own unique ecosystem.
Take a peek at a life on a shrimp boat.