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Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta is the subject of this documentary series, allowing Animal Planet unprecedented access to the Western Hemisphere's largest aquarium. It cares for thousands of animals in its 10 million gallons of water, including rescued Southern sea otters, endangered African penguins, rescued California sea lions, whale sharks, and manta rays. The series follows the daily activities of the aquarium's biologists, researchers and trainers, and tells of the bonds created between the creatures and the staff.

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A sweet beluga whale trains with staff to go on the whale scale; a Blacktip reef shark L2 is not eating normally and staff work to figure out why; the first sea lion born at the aquarium is a 1-year-old pup named Scarlett.
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Two African penguins, Freya and Neo, welcome a young chick, but there's cause for concern when health problems arise; staff work to train a trio of harbor seals to ride the elevator, with the only hiccup being a nervous seal named Floyd.
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The Georgia Aquarium sends a team to Cape Town, South Africa, to help rehabilitate and release a group of African penguins into the wild; a dive team installs a shipwreck feature into an exhibit to provide enrichment for their sea turtle.
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Polka, a bottlenose dolphin, has a raspy voice and needs to see the doctor to get the all-clear; staff excitedly prepare for the upcoming puffin breeding season; two wobbegong sharks are due for a checkup; a curious box turtle goes for a walk.
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The team welcomes two rescued southern sea otter pups Mara and Gibson, from the California coast; Young ruddy ducks arrive at the aquarium and are introduced to their new habitat' Nandi, the aquarium's smallest manta ray, is due for a checkup.
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A southern sea otter is rushed to the health center; the team travels to Key Largo to help coral restoration efforts; young African penguins prepare for an upcoming event; love is in the air for a trainer and his favorite sea lion pup, Scarlett.
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A staff member heads to the Marine Mammal Center in California to help in rehabilitation efforts of elephant seals; African penguins Charlie and Lizzie have been together for 25 years, Charlie is having issues with his eyes; a piranha needs surgery.
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Two rescued sea lions arrive at the aquarium, and trainers help prepare them for an upcoming eye surgery; the team travels to the Bahamas to research the effects of plastics in the ocean on sharks; the aquarium conducts a study to help wild beluga whales.
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Beloved Asian small-clawed otter Pinkie has a recurring bloody nose, the team goes to great lengths to find out what could be causing it; feisty baby American alligators arrive at the aquarium and must learn to eat in an orderly way.
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At Georgia Aquarium, every birth, egg laid or hatched is very special to its staff and these meaningful experiences enrich the lives of the team who care for these animals and the guests who visit each day to learn and be inspired.
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Halo the harbor seal was mixed with males prior to her arrival to Georgia Aquarium; The staff at the aquarium need to find out if Halo is pregnant.
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Toby, Hunter, and Edie are Georgia Aquarium's resident seal and sea lions; Teaching these animals husbandry behaviors is not only cute but also necessary for checkups and physicals.
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A poor penguin was brought in with a broken leg to SANCCOB, an organization in South Africa that helps rehabilitate and release African penguins into the wild; The team does whatever they can to help this penguin get back on its feet.
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First look: from the producers of "The Zoo," new all-access series "The Aquarium" takes viewers behind the scenes at the largest aquarium in the Western Hemisphere, Atlanta's Georgia Aquarium.

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