Watch this live feed long enough and you’ll catch a glimpse of Frost Museum’s of Science resident sea turtle. You’ll also see sharks and many fish in this live Gulf Stream exhibit. So get ready to enter the vast realm of one of the world’s most powerful ocean currents! in the 500,000-gallon Gulf Stream exhibit at the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science in downtown Miami, Florida.
Discover silky sharks, scalloped hammerhead sharks, schools of tuna, devil rays, a loggerhead sea turtle and more. The exhibit experience takes you just off the coast of Miami into one of the most powerful ocean currents on the planet—the Gulf Stream. The conical aquarium mimics this wide-open, constantly moving environment, and allows pelagic fish and other graceful travelers uninterrupted movement.
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About the Frost Museum of Science
The Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science is a leading science museum dedicated to sharing the power of science, sparking wonder and investigation, and fueling innovation for the future.
Located in Downtown Miami’s waterfront Museum Park, Frost Science is divided into four buildings: the Frost Planetarium, Aquarium, and North and West Wings. Here, guests can learn about the core science behind living systems, the solar system and known universe, the physics of flight, light and lasers, the biology of the human body and mind, and much more.
Guests can explore the world of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) in an experiential setting with interactive exhibitions and unique shows. Frost Science is also dedicated to education, earning national awards for its summer camps and after-school programs. You can learn more on their website.