The new St. Louis Aquarium at Union Station is set to open on Christmas Day, but before the public is invited inside, Angella Sharpe, host of The Daily Mix, goes behind-the-scenes to check out the newest attractions in Shark Canyon. This is the Aquariums largest exhibit, where the sharks, rays and thousands of fish can be seen swimming around. Shark Canyon holds 250,000 gallons of water and more than 60 species of fish. It will be a star attraction at the aquarium. The “J window” will likely be the most popular spot to gaze into the ocean scene—and possibly the most popular location in the entire aquarium. The window goes from the floor, up to the ceiling and over heads, giving viewers an opportunity to see the underside of the sharks, rays and everything else that’s swimming around in the exhibit. Join Angella on this episode of The Daily Mix.
The Missouri Historical Society's president Dr. Jody Sowell joins host Steve Potter to share his journey and talk about the Missouri History Museum's two new exhibits, and more. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zs6aWuUPZ2Q&t=252s