The Georgia Aquarium sends a team to Cape Town, South Africa to help rehabilitate and release a group of African penguins. A dive team installs a shipwreck feature into the Ocean Voyager exhibit to provide an enrichment for their sea turtle.
Two African penguins, Freya & 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.
A sweet beluga whale trains with staff to go on the "whale scale." Blacktip reef shark L2 is not eating normally and staff work to figure out why. See the first sea lion born at the aquarium - 1-year-old pup Scarlett. And, sea jellies go on exhibit.
Beloved Asian small-clawed otter Pinkie has a recurring bloody nose, and 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.
Trainers prepare two rescued sea lions for eye surgery. The team travels to the Bahamas to collect blood samples from native sharks for a study on the effects of plastics in the ocean. Staff devise new enrichment for giant octopus Ophelia.
A staff member helps in the rehabilitation of elephant seals in the Marine Mammal Center. Later, African penguins who have spent 25 years together are featured.
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. And love is in the air for a trainer and his favorite sea lion pup, Scarlett.
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 her annual checkup.
Polka, a bottlenose dolphin, has a raspy voice and needs to see the doctor to get the all-clear. Staff prepare for the upcoming puffin breeding season. Two wobbegong sharks are due for a checkup. A curious and active box turtle goes for a walk.
After eating all his tankmate's food, Tank the hungry sea turtle finds a space to eat in peace. Two beluga whales are welcomed to their new home at the aquarium, and Scarlett the lovable sea lion turns two.
The team is determined to have Gibson the sea otter pup discover his independence as he separates from his pal, Mara. The African penguins head off-site for spring cleaning, and Thor the moray eel proves he's the ultimate escape artist.
The staff becomes concerned when Jupiter, the rescued sea lion is not himself. The Ocean Voyager exhibit awaits its new residents black-blotched Fantail stingray siblings, Bacon and Tomato, and Shelley the shy box turtle makes friends.
The staff becomes concerned when Zola, the beloved African penguin falls mysteriously ill. Later, the aquarium witnesses the annual spawning of an endangered coral species, while Maggie the False Map turtle has a date with the dentist.
A sea lion called Finn has tummy trouble and the team feeds him a snack that will help them investigate why; Big Mama, the guitarfish, may be living up to her name; the boa-duo, Ripley and Ridley, receive a new home.
The African penguin colony greets its newest additions after a successful mating season; sea otter Mara is presented to the rest of the raft, and the bottlenose dolphin population in Florida is examined.
Technology is brought to the aquarium to monitor beluga whale activity; Maggie the small-clawed otter's training kicks in when receiving a shot and Morty the sea star has a checkup after suspicious growths form.
The team is eager to open their new alligator exhibit featuring rare albino gators; sea otter Gibson is tested for a possible infection; divers must swim with Taroko the whale shark to get a blood sample.
Georgia Aquarium plays a crucial part in aquatic conservation and includes efforts to save rescued Southern sea otters, endangered African penguins, rescued California sea lions, and manta rays.