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Penguin Exhibit Adds Three Chicks Hatched in May

Three Magellanic penguin chicks, two female and one male, hatched at the Aquarium in May and are now on view.

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Celebrate Halloween at the Aquarium

Halloween-themed events throughout October give adults, kids, and families a chance to celebrate the holiday while learning about the ocean and dancing the night away.

Woman in lab coat looks at samples in a microscope with fresh produce in the background.

Explore Our Global Food Future in Aquarium Course

A new evening course at the Aquarium this fall will explore what food production and agriculture might look like by the year 2050, when an additional 2 to 2.5 billion people will live on Earth. The course will also look at how climate change is impacting global agriculture.

Farmer Frank Roberts tends to his oyster farm in South Carolina.

Forum Will Create Aquaculture Communications Strategy

On October 4 and 5, the Aquarium’s Seafood for the Future program and American Honda in partnership with the Marine Science Foundation will host a Sustainable Seafood Forum.

Scalloped hammerhead shark close-up view

Fall Exhibits and Events

Visit in fall to see new animals, experience cultural festivals, and learn more about our planet.

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Meet the Aquarium’s New Hammerhead Shark

This scalloped hammerhead shark is currently on public view at the Molina Animal Care Center.

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Baby Black-Necked Stilt Chicks Now on View

Gigi and George, the Aquarium’s breeding pair of black-necked stilts, have become parents for the second time.

Pacific Visions Glass Mockup

Aquarium Announces Glass Guild

The Aquarium has created a new giving opportunity for individuals, corporations, and foundations wishing to contribute to Pacific Visions and commemorate their ties to the Aquarium.

Giant Sea Bass Side View

New Website Will Track Giant Sea Bass

The Aquarium partnered with scientists at the University of California, Santa Barbara, to launch a new website that will use divers’ and snorkelers’ photos of giant sea bass to help track these endangered fish.

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Art Exhibit Documents Marine Life in South America and Antarctica

Andrés Pruna, a Cuban-American artist, former National Geographic photographer, and independent filmmaker, will present his first art exhibition at the Aquarium of the Pacific this summer.

Seal and pup

Aquarium Celebrates 20th Anniversary

The Aquarium of the Pacific celebrates its twentieth anniversary this year, with new exhibits, programs, events, and contests. Meet the original animals and see new residents, including a harbor seal pup born in April.

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New Science on a Sphere Show Traces Human History

The show, We Are All Related: The Dispersal of Humans Across the World, plays daily in the Ocean Science Center.

Giant Pacific octopus

Spring at the Aquarium

Visit the Aquarium this spring to take part in festivals and celebrate holidays like Mother’s Day. Also, meet our new sea lion Cain in the Seals and Sea Lions Habitat and see our FROGS: Dazzling and Disappearing exhibit.

profile portrait of Cain the sea lion

Meet Cain, the Aquarium’s New Sea Lion

A four-year-old male sea lion named Cain moved into the Seals and Sea Lions Habitat at the Aquarium on February 8.

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View Artwork Inspired by Science Expeditions at Sea

The Aquarium is hosting an exhibit of artwork from the Schmidt Ocean Institute’s Artist-at-Sea program through May 31, 2018.

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