Join us online this fall as we present from in front of our 135,000 gallon shark habitat and learn all about the sea creatures at Mote Aquarium. Meet our STEM experts and get a closeup look at [...]
Mote Marine Laboratory celebrates African American History Month by highlighting African Americans working in zoos and aquariums.
How do you train a 3000-pound relative of the elephant? Learn how we care for Hugh and Buffett, our resident West Indian manatees, and find out how big and smart they are.
This lesson is focused on shark research at Mote Marine Laboratory. We begin with an overview of shark husbandry and training at our aquarium and the research technology we use. We end with a [...]
How smart are you about sharks? Take our interactive quiz show to uncover the mysteries and discover the truths about these fascinating creatures. In this lesson we introduce the learners to the [...]
Join Mote for an interactive guided tour of our oceans. Mote’s extension for the Make A Day of it program will reinforce the concepts on the importance of being nice to one another. Groups [...]
Join us on this ocean adventure as we discover what makes a mammal a mammal and how creatures have adapted to live in the sea when we read the story of Delfina the dolphin as she imagines herself [...]
Take a Virtual Field Trip with Mote Marine Laboratory. Bring Mote’s research, animals, and exhibits to your learners using affordable, easy-to-use distance learning technology like Skype. [...]
Why are coral reefs important? Discover the value of coral reefs to wildlife and how important they are to people too.
Our lively gameshow reveals why sea turtles are truly amazing reptiles. We discover what a hatchling needs to survive in the open ocean and then take a tour of our sea turtle exhibits.