The new exhibit, which formerly housed the ribbon dragons, is located across from the Tropical Reef main viewing window and is called Tentacles and Ink. This exhibit will feature animals like cuttlefish to showcase various species of cephalopods. Previous animals on view have included a day octopus and golden cuttlefish. Currently this exhibit houses a group of bigfin reef squid (Sepioteuthis lessoniana).
This exhibit includes several species of the oceans’ top predators, including a blacktip reef shark, sand tiger shark, zebra shark, and reticulate whiptail ray.
Found along the coasts of California and Oregon, these sea jellies feed on small fish and plankton that come in contact with the jellies’ stinging tentacles.
This exhibit represents the famous Blue Corner off the coast of Palau. This area, lush and abundant with life, is considered one of the most beautiful dive sites in the world.
This exhibit represents the underwater habitat you would find along our coast and around local islands.
This colorful exhibit features anthias and wrasses, fish with very interesting life histories.