New York Aquarium's New Shark Exhibit Opens To PublicIt's about as close as you can come to a shark without getting your feet wet.
New York Aquarium To Debut New Sharks ExhibitThe sharks have been loaded in, and you'll be able to come eye-to-eye with the top ocean predators starting June 30th. 
Exploring Coney Island: Luna Park, Nathan's Famous And MoreWhether people are looking to soak up the sun on the beach or looking for sweet treat, here are some of the best things to do while visiting Brooklyn's Coney Island.
Guide To NYC's Zoos and AquariumsNew York City has five zoos in all -- or one per borough -- along with one extraordinary aquarium.
Sand Tiger Shark Nursery Discovered In Great South BayScientists from the New York Aquarium have located a rare nursery ground for sand tiger sharks near the shore of Long Island in the Great South Bay.
Truck Bringing Sharks To New York Aquarium Crashes In Florida; 1 Shark DeadA semi-trailer truck transporting five sharks to the New York Aquarium at Coney Island crashed Wednesday while headed up Interstate 95 in Florida.
Power Problems Temporarily Shut Down New York AquariumAll of the life-support systems at the Coney Island facility were working and the animals were not impacted by the situation, the aquarium said.
New York Aquarium Moves Beloved Walrus To Texas During RepairsMitik came to the aquarium from Alaska in 2012, weeks before Hurricane Sandy hit and damaged much of the Coney Island facility. He was suffering from a bladder infection, dehydration and a high white blood cell count.
New York Aquarium Breaks Ground On New Shark ExhibitThe 57,000-square-foot "Ocean Wonders: Sharks!'' will feature a coral reef tunnel that will give visitors a 360-degree view of the exhibit when it opens in 2016.
Bloomberg: Rebuilding Efforts Making NYC More Resilient To Future StormsSpeaking Tuesday on Coney Island, Mayor Michael Bloomberg said the city has "made an enormous amount of progress" over the past year.
Coney Island Pedestrian Bridge Torn DownThe bridge, which connected the West Eighth Street subway station to the New York Aquarium and boardwalk, had stood for more than 50 years, but fell into disrepair.