Aquarium News Archive
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The Pacific Visions wing, the first major expansion project ever undertaken by the Aquarium, will be a 29,000-square-foot, two-story structure.
The exhibit now features new rockwork and a coastal seascape mural as well as windows and platforms that provide better visibility of the animals and presenters.
The Aquarium has created a series of videos to help teachers connect their students to careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields.
2016 has been a big year at the Aquarium. Take a look back at our top achievements and major happenings that took place this year.
The symposium, on March 4, showcases the work of citizen scientists in Southern California focusing on conservation. The deadline for presenter applications is January 13.
In early October the Aquarium hatched giant sea bass larvae after a spawning event. One of these larvae survived and is now thriving behind the scenes.
This winter at the Aquarium of the Pacific, visit our Horses and Dragons and Vanishing Animals exhibits, and enjoy a full slate of special events.
In the second half of 2016, the Aquarium’s Pacific Visions Campaign secured major gifts and reached a total of $42 million toward the $53 million goal. In addition, actress Cameron Diaz has contributed a testimonial in support of the Aquarium’s efforts.
The Aquarium’s 8th annual Photographers Night was held in October, and guests were invited to submit their work for an exclusive photo contest. Here are the winners.
Charity Navigator, a nonprofit organization that aims to provide donors with information to guide their charitable decisions, recognized the Aquarium for strong financial health and commitment to accountability and transparency.
On November 2 the Aquarium hosted a day-long forum bringing together climate scientists and psychologists to develop strategies to motivate people to act on climate change.
The new series by the Aquarium’s Seafood for the Future project includes a photography exhibit and website.
The Aquarium held a live webcast to announce the release of a new report on offshore aquaculture, or fish farming, in Southern California.
Vanishing Animals explores human impacts on our planet and ways we can help prevent loss of biodiversity and protect the health of ecosystems.
New exhibits and programs in the Aquarium’s Our Watersheds exhibit area are slated to open in spring 2017.