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Whale Watching | Mammals

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

A Dolphin’s Squeak is Like a Baby’s First Words! | Kera  buttonLink

A Dolphin’s Squeak is Like a Baby’s First Words!

Dolphins are a very vocal species that can be found off of the coast of Long Beach on a regular basis. There are a variety of species that inhabit these waters pretty much all year long. Just recently, the Aquarium of the Pacific was lucky enough to partner with some researchers at Scripps Institute of Oceanography in San Diego to help us get even closer to the dolphins than before. Read on to find out how!

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Volunteering | Mammals

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Not Glamorous but Necessary-Scrubbing and Cleaning the Exhibits | Hugh  buttonLink

Not Glamorous but Necessary-Scrubbing and Cleaning the Exhibits

It’s not the most glamorous and exciting side of working with the marine mammals and other critters at the Aquarium of the Pacific but it is a necessary part. The cleaning of the exhibits and holding areas is just as important to the well-being of the animals as is their feeding and health care.

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Video | Volunteering | Mammals

Thursday, March 11, 2010

DARTH OTTER | Hugh  buttonLink

DARTH OTTER

A LONG TIME AGO…IN AN AQUARIUM NOT SO FAR AWAY…

This week I’d like to share a video that showcases the acting abilities of one of the sea otters at the Aquarium of the Pacific. Check out Brook the sea otter as DARTH OTTER!

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Whale Watching | Birds | Mammals

Tuesday, March 02, 2010

Rare Sightings of a Brown Booby Bird While Whale Watching! | Kera  buttonLink

Rare Sightings of a Brown Booby Bird While Whale Watching!

And possibly sperm whales

California has some of the rarest bathymetry of anywhere else in the world. Bathymetry is just basically what the ground looks like underwater. When you mix unique bathymetry, a crazy el Niño year, and lots of whale watching, there are going to be some very unique sightings. Read on to find out what we’ve been seeing!

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