An Aquarium in Brooklyn Will Partly Reopen in Spring

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The New York Aquarium in Brooklyn, which was closed after flooding caused by the storm surge from Hurricane Sandy in October, will partly reopen in the late spring.

The New York Aquarium in Brooklyn, which was closed after flooding caused by the storm surge from Hurricane Sandy in October, will partly reopen in the late spring.

About half of the aquarium, which is located on Coney Island and run by the Wildlife Conservation Society, will soon be open to the public, including exhibits in the Main Hall and the outdoor area of Sea Cliffs, which features walrus, sea lions, harbor seals and penguins.

Read More at The New York Times.

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