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Animal Updates | Mammals | Conservation | Education | Whale Watching

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Finally, Confirmation of a Mystery Whale from 2011! | Kera  buttonLink

Finally, Confirmation of a Mystery Whale from 2011!

Hello Aquarium blog readers! It’s been a while since I’ve written a blog, but I have to say, Julien has been doing a fabulous job of writing whale blogs in the meantime! I wanted to jump in and write a blog this week because I recently got confirmation that a mystery whale I spotted a few YEARS ago was a…of course you have to read on to find out!

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Animal Updates | Penguins | Enrichment

Friday, July 18, 2014

Curious Penguins | Dominique  buttonLink

Curious Penguins

This June, during the Summer of Wonder, our curious penguins got to meet an even more curious animal at the Aquarium.

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Animal Updates | Mammals | Volunteering

Thursday, July 17, 2014

Pinniped Encounters at the Aquarium of the Pacific | Hugh  buttonLink

Pinniped Encounters at the Aquarium of the Pacific

Up close and personal with a sea lion or seal.

Although Parker the sea lion is the star of the popular pinniped encounters at the Aquarium of the Pacific he is not the only animal ambassador from the seal and sea lion exhibit. His understudies, Harpo the sea lion and Shelby the harbor seal are also ready to meet and greet aquarium guests. Each animal brings their own unique style and personality to the session.

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Animal Updates | Turtles | Conservation | Volunteering

Thursday, July 03, 2014

Urban Sea Turtle ID | Hugh  buttonLink

Urban Sea Turtle ID

Photo-Identifying the Green Sea Turtles in the San Gabriel River

Since 2008 I’ve been photographing the urban green sea turtles in the San Gabriel River. This colony was little known until recently. It is one of Nature’s best kept secrets in Southern California. With six years of images of surfacing sea turtles on file we’ve started going through the photos trying to identify individual turtles.

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