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To Hold a Shark Close

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March 26, 2015

To Hold a Shark Close

A Hugh Haiku:
“Grand Shark in my Arms.
You’re more Disney than Shark Week
Sharks are Friends not Foes.”

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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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Aquarium Volunteers and Interns Go on to Careers in Science

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Aquarium Volunteers and Interns Go on to Careers in Science

An Aquarium internship or volunteer position can help inspire students to study science subjects and pursue careers in animal care, environmental science, or other related fields.

Experts Discuss Fukushima and Radioactivity in the Ocean

Conservation

Experts Discuss Fukushima and Radioactivity in the Ocean

Levels of ocean radiation and seafood safety were discussed. The public can learn more by viewing a new show about Fukushima playing daily in the Aquarium’s Ocean Science Center.

New Animals and Events at the Aquarium

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New Animals and Events at the Aquarium

Visit the Aquarium this spring to see new animals, enjoy your spring break with friends and family, and attend special events and celebrations.

Dodger Foundation Funds Aquarium Visits for Students

Donors | Education

Dodger Foundation Funds Aquarium Visits for Students

The Aquarium recently established a partnership with the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation, which provided a $25,000 grant to the Aquarium Scholarship Fund in October 2014.

Seafood for the Future Helps Provide Healthy, Sustainable Seafood at USC

Seafood for the Future

Seafood for the Future Helps Provide Healthy, Sustainable Seafood at USC

Seafood for the Future is teaming up with USC’s Hospitality department to provide healthy and responsible seafood choices for students.

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