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Most people never get the opportunity to explore the ocean depths. It´s absolutely vital that we do all we can to understand and protect the ocean habitat, which covers over 70 percent of our living planet. Tropical rain forests cover about 7 percent of Earth´s surface, yet are absolutely essential to our global ecosystem. They are home to more than half of all the species on Earth and absorb carbon dioxide while releasing oxygen to Earth´s atmosphere. Yet, how many of us have the opportunity to travel to a tropical rain forest? Over 41 percent of all known fish species live in freshwater but we rarely have the opportunity to know much about them, much less observe them in their natural habitats.
Aquariums become our best way to learn respect for, observe and understand the complexities and importance of freshwater environments, rain forests and the world´s oceans. The Living Planet Aquarium will "transport" you to these important habitats so you can experience their magical beauty and understand the wonder and intricacies of our interconnectedness to the global system of life.Make a Donation
Here are some ways you can support The Living Planet Aquarium:
- Adopt an Animal
- Make a Donation
- Sponsor an Exhibit
- Visit Us at The Aquarium
- Shop at Our Gift Shop
- Eat at Calypso´s Café
- Become a Brick Sponsor
Use Good Search and help raise funds for The Living Planet Aquarium!
You can help The Living Planet Aquarium every time you do a search or make a purchase online by using Good Search. Just click on the Good Search Button and be sure to put in The Living Planet Aquarium as the charity you want to benefit. The aquarium will get a percentage each time you search or make a purchase.
GuideStar Nonprofit Reports
GuideStar nonprofit reports, containing information on a single nonprofit, can be found by searching guidestar.org and selecting an organization listed in search results. A nonprofit report may include information from the IRS Business Master File; IRS Forms 990, 990-EZ, and 990-PF, as well as from the nonprofit itself. Visit guidestar.org to find information for all nonprofit organizations, including The Living Planet Aquarium.