On Saturday, May 25, WCS partially reopened the New York Aquarium to the public after seven months of closure following the devastation from Hurricane Sandy.
WNYC Radio visits the New York Aquarium to report on what our partial reopening will mean not just for Coney Island and its visitors, but for otters and sea lions, too.
The New York Aquarium is on track to help spark a Coney Island comeback from Hurricane Sandy.
Hurricane Sandy damaged the New York Aquarium and much of Coney Island, causing the Brooklyn institution to temporarily close its doors. After announcing a partial reopening slated for late spring 2013, Jon Dohlin, the Director of the Aquarium, spoke with the New York Daily News about the Aquarium's past and future.
Animal news and videos, special events & more