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What's New

Things to See and Do at the Aquarium This Summer

The Aquarium offers fun for the whole family, including animals you can touch, whale watching cruises, daily shows with our animal care experts, and its new Pacific Visions wing featuring an immersive theater show.

Avocet and Chicks Under Wing 2019

From The Aquarium Blog

July 11, 2019

Avocet Chicks

What looks like an eight-legged shorebird is actually an American Avocet with three chicks underneath her wings. The long legs of the Avocet give an almost spider-like look to the bird when she is sheltering her equally long-legged chicks.

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Maki the ringtail possum

Animals

Meet Our Animal Ambassadors at Pacific Visions

Visitors can see animal ambassadors up close in four sessions held daily between 11:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.

Visitors watch yellowtail

What's New

Things to See and Do at the Aquarium This Summer

The Aquarium offers fun for the whole family, including animals you can touch, whale watching cruises, daily shows with our animal care experts, and its new Pacific Visions wing featuring an immersive theater show.

Dr. Sandy Trautwein and Dr. Gregory Stone discuss coral conservation at the Aquarium's 2018 workshop on super corals.

Conservation | Workshops

Aquarium Releases Report on Super Coral Workshop

In December 2018 the Aquarium partnered with the Phoenix Island Protected Area Trust and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution to host a workshop on super corals with coral experts from around the world.

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Exhibits | Pacific Visions

Visit the New Pacific Visions Wing

Journey inside the new stunning glass building to experience a state-of–the-art immersive theater, interactive art installations, engaging multimedia displays, and live animal exhibits.

Epaulette Shark

Animals | Research

Aquarium Partners with CSULB to Study Shark Adaptations

Investigating how some sharks are specially adapted to be able to “walk” on their pectoral fins to move between aquatic and land environments.

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