Our Vision
Aqua Kids motivates today's youth
to take an active role
in protecting and preserving
our marine environments
This Generation
like none other in history
has both the responsibility
and the resources
to leave the legacy
of a healthier
more sustainable
Join Us ...

... and make a difference!

Season 11 is now on air

Check your Local Listings

Think you know the facts?

Take this week’s Aqua Quiz and test your knowledge with Drew Cruise!


Looking for some news?

Andrew Learn

Andrew thinks you should join Jalen for the latest Earth Edition!

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What are Apex Predators?

And why are they important? Lily introduces you to Apex Press.


Meet the Eco-Defenders!

Selena highlights young activists who make a difference.


Attention Educators and Students! Now available on SAFARI-Montage-Horizontal-RGB-Med

 Get Aqua Kids for your class via SAFARI Montage®

Because you can never get enough Aqua Kids, tune in to our sister show, Aqua Kids Adventures

Check your local cable systems

GET TV airs back-to-back episodes on Fridays at 12:00 pm and 12:30 pm 


Meet Jeremiah, the newest member of Aqua Kids! His HUGE personality adds a fun new dynamic to the team! We’re looking forward to Season 12!

Welcome to our 11th Season

Episodes and Air Dates

To view each show and for more information, features, and links, click on an episode below

AK 2015-22 Shark Physiology 5.30.16

AK 2015-22 Shark Physiology 5.30.16

The Aqua Kids learn that the physiology of a shark is not that different from humans. See the science behind this in the lab of the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.

Aqua Kids 2015-18  Ocean Acidification and Lobsters 4.18.16

Aqua Kids 2015-18 Ocean Acidification and Lobsters 4.18.16

Ocean acidification will have extreme consequences for Marine Life and human kind. See what the students at the Marine Academy of Science and Technology in New Jersey are doing to study the problem, and it’s effect on lobsters.

Aqua Kids 2015-10 Project Terrapin (RR) 02.08.16

Aqua Kids 2015-10 Project Terrapin (RR) 02.08.16

With the help of the Marine Academy of Technology and Environmental Science in New Jersey, the Aqua Kids learn about the program that creates new, protected nesting areas for Endangered Diamondback Terrapins!


 What else do the Aqua Kids do?

We Make News

We Post

Last night a special treat - Winonah Ojanen of the Objibwe Tribe taught Aqua Kids - Selena and Aqua Kids - Lily how to prepare wild rice.
Lake Superior National Estuarine Research Reserve
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The second stop yesterday was to look at a fish habitat and start a fish survey to see a sample of the fish life there. The kids helped deploy nets in the estuary.
Lake Superior National Estuarine Research Reserve
Natural Resources Research Institute at the University of Minnesota Duluth
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We Win Awards

2 Emmy Awards

15 Telly Awards – 13 Bronze and 2 – 25th Anniversary Gold awards

2 Gold Catalyst Awards – 1 for Educational and 1 for Entertainment Programming

2 Videographer Awards – 1 Award of Excellence and 1 of Distinction

Our Friends





Tennessee Aquarium

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