Hutchinson fifth grade students visit the “Belle Isle Aquarium”

Hutchinson fifth graders had an opportunity to visit North America’s oldest aquarium at Belle Isle. Students learned about adaptations that allow fish to survive, invasive species in the Great Lakes and engaged in activities that explain plate tectonics and fossil formation.

“The Belle Isle Aquarium was designed by famed Detroit architect, Albert Kahn, and opened on August 18, 1904. It is the oldest aquarium in the country and has served the Detroit community as a beloved attraction for generations.”

Ervin Colston

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