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Volunteering | Invertebrates

Friday, May 30, 2008

Would you like soup with that? | David  buttonLink

Would you like soup with that?

In this entry, I am going to share with you some of the things I learned about live foods and their upkeep.

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Conservation | Volunteering | Fish | Invertebrates | Mammals

Wednesday, March 26, 2008

ODE TO A BOX OF SQUID | Hugh  buttonLink

ODE TO A BOX OF SQUID

“Calamari in my hand—-
Fancy name bestowed by man.
Kids will eat it with a bib—-
To a seal it’s just a squid.”

The story of Loligo opalescens—-aka Calamari or Market Squid

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Invertebrates

Friday, January 11, 2008

Live Coral | David  buttonLink

Live Coral

Every public aquarium must have a live coral exhibit because that is the epitome of aquaria. Nothing is more beautiful or more difficult to maintain than a coral reef aquarium. Thanks to Amy I was able to find out about the upkeep of the live coral exhibit.

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Volunteering | Birds | Invertebrates | Sharks

Wednesday, December 12, 2007

A Day Full of New and Unusual Experiences | Brittany  buttonLink

A Day Full of New and Unusual Experiences

The Aquarium got a visit from some cool (literally) birds as I fed some bat rays and collected plankton straight from the ocean! This doesn’t happen much at all, so I was quite excited.

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Volunteering | Invertebrates

Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Dreams, New Knowledge, and Bonding | Brittany  buttonLink

Dreams, New Knowledge, and Bonding

This particular blog deals with one wild dream I had about the Aquarium, some new things that I learned about the surrounding areas of the Aquarium of the Pacific, and a spontaneous outing I had with my co-volunteers.

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Birds | Invertebrates | Reptiles

Monday, September 17, 2007

Stand-Out Moments Make Job Fun and Helping Children Is Rewarding | Josie  buttonLink

Stand-Out Moments Make Job Fun and Helping Children Is Rewarding

Helping children find the groups from which they have separated, answering questions, and seeing people enjoy new experiences are things that happen often at the Aquarium of the Pacific! Seeing those children reunited with the adults with whom they came is rewarding, answering those questions—sometimes the answers resolve bets—is rewarding, and seeing people experience new things make my job at the Aquarium worthwhile and loads of fun.

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