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Sink or Swim Photo Exhibit Opens at the Aquarium June 1

Arts

Sink or Swim Photo Exhibit Opens at the Aquarium June 1

Sink or Swim: Designing for a Sea Change, an exhibition organized by the Annenberg Space for Photography in Los Angeles, features photos of architecture projects around the world designed in response to rising seas.

Frisbee Catching Sea Lions

From The Aquarium Blog

May 21, 2015

Frisbee Catching Sea Lions

Since I don’t have a dog to play Frisbee catch with I make do with the sea lions at the Aquarium of the Pacific. It’s fun for me and fun for them.

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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.

Recent News

New Sea Jellies Exhibits and Programs

What's New

New Sea Jellies Exhibits and Programs

Come explore the intriguing world of sea jellies at the Aquarium. Discover new animals, exhibits, films, programs, and more. Find out the fascinating truth about these beautiful yet mysterious animals and their importance to our ocean planet.

Gladstone’s Restaurant Raises Funds for Aquarium Programs

Local Partners

Gladstone’s Restaurant Raises Funds for Aquarium Programs

Gladstone’s Long Beach, located along the waterfront at Rainbow Harbor near the Aquarium, presented a check to Aquarium President and CEO Jerry Schubel in support of sustainable seafood and climate resiliency programs.

New Fish Species in Northern Pacific Gallery

Animals

New Fish Species in Northern Pacific Gallery

Smooth lumpsuckers (Aptocyclus ventricosus) are now on view in the Jewels of the Northern Pacific exhibits in the Northern Pacific Gallery. 

SAVOR…Long Beach Funds Student Visits During Grand Prix

Donors | Education

SAVOR…Long Beach Funds Student Visits During Grand Prix

Since 2003 SAVOR…Long Beach has donated more than $140,000 in scholarship funds, providing Aquarium visits for more than 12,000 students.

Ocean Conservation Through Spatial Planning

Conservation | Education

Ocean Conservation Through Spatial Planning

By preserving spaces in the ocean, rather than just individual species, we can protect habitat for hundreds or thousands of species while increasing the economic value of the ocean and the ecosystem services it provides.

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