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Check in on our animals with live webcams placed inside some of the Aquarium’s exhibits.

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Webcam: Penguin Nest Box

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The Aquarium’s Magellanic Penguins are tending to their nests, incubating eggs, and caring for chicks during the breeding season.

Nest boxes are installed behind holes in the rock walls of the June Keyes Penguin Habitat. This webcam is installed in the nest box for Floyd and Roxy, who became parents to the Aquarium’s first penguin chicks in 2013.

Webcam: Weedy Sea Dragons

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The weedy sea dragon exhibit is located in the Aquarium’s Tropical Pacific gallery.

Weedy sea dragons in the wild are found only in Australian coastal waters. They are bony fish related to seahorses, pipefish, and seamoths. The Aquarium of the Pacific was the first in the world to successfully breed weedy sea dragons.

Webcam: Penguin Habitat Above Water

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See our penguin exhibit from above.

See our penguins live 24 hours a day in our above water penguin cam, courtesy of explore.org.

Webcam: Penguin Habitat Below Water

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Penguins are expert swimmers—watch as they dive and dart through the water.

See our penguins live 24 hours a day in our below water penguin cam, courtesy of explore.org.

Webcam: Tropical Reef

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The Tropical Reef Habitat is the Aquarium's largest exhibit, containing 350,000 gallons of water and over 1,000 animals from the tiny cleaner wrasse to the zebra shark.

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.

Webcam: Honda Blue Cavern

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Modeled after Blue Cavern Point, a kelp forest along the northeastern coast of Santa Catalina Island.

This exhibit represents the underwater habitat you would find along our coast and around local islands.

Webcam: Anthias and Wrasse Exhibit

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Webcam: Shark Lagoon

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View the Aquarium’s largest sharks in the big tank at Shark Lagoon.

This exhibit includes several species of the oceans’ top predators, including a freshwater sawfish, blacktip reef shark, sand tiger shark, zebra shark, and reticulate whiptail ray.

Webcam: Sea Jellies

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Watch West Coast sea nettles as they drift in their exhibit located in the Northern Pacific gallery.

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.