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Volunteering | Mammals

Thursday, March 31, 2011

OLLIE THE SEA OTTER GETS A ROLE MODEL | Hugh  buttonLink

OLLIE THE SEA OTTER GETS A ROLE MODEL

When Ollie was introduced to Brook a few weeks ago the goal was to gradually accustom the little critter to other sea otters. Brook, being the senior female of the exhibit, is also turning out to be an excellent role model for the younger otter. Check out the images of the two otters together.

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Whale Watching | Mammals

Friday, March 25, 2011

Looks like the Cow/Calf Pairs Are Late for Dinner! | Kera  buttonLink

Looks like the Cow/Calf Pairs Are Late for Dinner!

Normally by this time in the season we’re seeing a good amount of cow/calf pairs of gray whales passing by us in Long Beach. This year it seems like they’re a little behind, but the singles and juveniles are still giving us a good show!

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Fish | Invertebrates

Monday, March 21, 2011

On the Road with the Husbandry Team | Claire  buttonLink

On the Road with the Husbandry Team

This past fall members of the Aquarium’s husbandry department traveled to Alaska to gather knowledge and animal specimens for the Aquarium’s new exhibit set to open in May 2011, Arctic & Antarctic: Our Polar Regions in Peril.

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Video | Volunteering | Mammals

Thursday, March 17, 2011

Ollie the Otter Video Snippets | Hugh  buttonLink

Ollie the Otter Video Snippets

This week I’d like to share a few recent video snippets of Ollie the Sea Otter as she grows up at the Aquarium of the Pacific.

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Whale Watching | Mammals

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Gray Whales, Blue Whales, and Even Sperm Whales! | Kera  buttonLink

Gray Whales, Blue Whales, and Even Sperm Whales!

All within 2 weeks!

What an exciting week this has been! Last week the first blue whale of the season was spotted, we’ve had numerous sightings of gray whales, and then yesterday we saw 14 sperm whales hanging out at the surface! I don’t think there could be a better week of whale watching!

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