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Grays Galore!

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January 22, 2015

Grays Galore!

In the last blog I wrote about the killer whale pod, the CA51’s, being back again on the 6th of January, and guess what? They were back the following day on the 7th! So we had TWO days in a row with these whales and were very, very spoiled naturalists. Also, lots and lots of gray whale sightings!

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Experts Discuss El Niño Forecast

Weather & Climate

Experts Discuss El Niño Forecast

Experts participating in a live webcast at the Aquarium on November 13 discussed newly released forecasts for El Niño. Click for the full video.

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Special Zebra Shark Pups Added to Shark Lagoon

Animals

Special Zebra Shark Pups Added to Shark Lagoon

The Aquarium’s shark team moved two female zebra shark pups born via artificial insemination from the behind-the-scenes shark nursery to their new home in Shark Lagoon.

Port Officials Discuss New Environmental Regulations in Live Aquarium Web Event

Green Ports

Port Officials Discuss New Environmental Regulations in Live Aquarium Web Event

In a live webcast held at the Aquarium of the Pacific on January 21, officials from the Port of Long Beach and the Port of Los Angeles discussed new regulations aimed at improving air quality and reducing emissions that contribute to climate change.

Top 10 Aquarium Happenings in 2014

A Look Back

Top 10 Aquarium Happenings in 2014

2014 was a great year at the Aquarium. We had many special guests and exciting events to look back on.

Learn About Sustainable Aquaculture at the Aquarium

Education

Learn About Sustainable Aquaculture at the Aquarium

Environmentally responsible aquaculture, or fish farming, is essential to supplement well-managed wild fisheries to meet the demand for seafood.

Learn About Ocean Exploration in Evening Classes for Adults

Lifelong Learning

Learn About Ocean Exploration in Evening Classes for Adults

In a series of evening courses for adults, meet modern-day ocean explorers, and learn what potential the ocean holds, from undiscovered life forms to natural resources, and which technologies might play a role in helping us better understand our World Ocean and life on our planet.

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