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Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Meet the Aquarium’s “Reporter” | Claire  buttonLink

Meet the Aquarium’s “Reporter”

Have you ever wondered how the Aquarium acquires its sea stars or how many people it takes to clean the entire Tropical Reef exhibit each week? And just who is underneath that sting ray suit in the annual Christmas parade anyway?

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Volunteering | Mammals

Thursday, February 17, 2011

Ollie the Otter’s Schooling Continues | Hugh  buttonLink

Ollie the Otter’s Schooling Continues

Ollie the sea otter is progressing nicely in her school work at the Aquarium of the Pacific. Her training continues with husbandry behaviors designed to help in her care and well-being. This week’s blogs includes images of Ollie in class.

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Whale Watching | Mammals

Thursday, February 10, 2011

A Once in a Lifetime Sighting on the Boat! | Kera  buttonLink

A Once in a Lifetime Sighting on the Boat!

On Saturday January 29, our 3:00 p.m. whale watch boats got quite the sight! While coming up on a gray whale, they noticed very unusual gray whale behavior. The gray whale they had spotted was swimming in circles under the water. They couldn’t see exactly what the whale was doing, but they knew it wasn’t a “normal” gray whale swimming pattern. Read on to find out what they saw next!

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Volunteering | Mammals

Thursday, February 03, 2011

Ollie the Otter Goes to School | Hugh  buttonLink

Ollie the Otter Goes to School

Ollie has grown quite a bit in the months since she arrived at the Aquarium last fall. So much so that the staff has already begun her basic training.

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