NYC's storm-damaged aquarium survives

03/27/2013 | Detroit Free Press

The New York Aquarium is on the road to recovery after Superstorm Sandy dealt a serious blow to the facility that left some worrying it might not survive. Wounds remain, but when the aquarium partially reopens later this spring, sea lions, penguins, walruses and other animals will be there to greet visitors, and officials hope the lessons learned in the disaster will carry the aquarium forward. "We want to be here, and we also want to be able to talk to the community about what we did, how we handled this, and how the city of New York can start to look toward the future of living in this coastal environment," said Director Jon Forrest Dohlin.

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