THE TEXAS STATE AQUARIUM'S MISSION IS ENGAGING PEOPLE WITH ANIMALS, INSPIRING APPRECIATION FOR OUR SEAS, AND SUPPORTING WILDLIFE CONSERVATION. IT'S VISION IS TO BE A GLOBAL LEADER IN FOSTERING SUPPORT FOR THE CONSERVATION OF THE GULF OF MEXICO AND CARIBBEAN SEA. TO ACCOMPLISH THIS GOAL, THE AQUARIUM HAS DEVELOPED MORE THAN 25 PERMANENT AND SPECIAL EXHIBITS TO INTERPRET THE ANIMALS AND SENSITIVE ECOSYSTEMS OF THE GULF, EDUCATING MORE THAN 550,000 VISITORS ANNUALLY IN THE WONDERS OF THE MARINE WORLD. THE TEXAS STATE AQUARIUM PROMOTES AND ACTIVELY ENGAGES IN ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION THROUGH A NUMBER OF PROGRAMS, INCLUDING A WILDLIFE REHABILITATION PROGRAM THAT MINISTERS TO THE NEEDS OF HUNDREDS OF SICK AND INJURED SHOREBIRDS, RAPTORS, SEA TURTLES AND MARINE MAMMALS EACH YEAR.
The Houston Museum of Natural Science operates a national museum. It consists of a planetarium, environmentally-controlled butterfly center, off-site observatory, advanced IMAX theatre and temporary and permanent exhibit halls. The museum features displays on subjects such as space science, energy, paleontology, chemistry, gems and minerals, ancient Egyptians, Native Americans and Texas wildlife. The company was founded in 1909 and is headquartered in Houston, TX.
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