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At The Tennessee Aquarium, “Ridges To Rivers” Flows Into Action

Tangerine Darter (Percina aurantiaca)
Doug Strickland
Tennessee Aquarium
Tangerine Darter (Percina aurantiaca)

“Ridges to Rivers” is the latest addition to the Tennessee Aquarium here in Chattanooga.

The new gallery, which opens Wednesday, is a multi-sensory journey through the streams of Southern Appalachia, home to an abundance of aquatic species.

Dr. Anna George and Thom Benson are with the Aquarium.

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