Aquarium News Archive
Read up on past Aquarium News articles.
Charlie is the oldest southern sea otter living at any aquarium or zoo. He is the second sea otter on record to ever reach twenty-two.
Brook passed away on January 29 after being diagnosed with congestive heart failure earlier this month by the Aquarium’s veterinary team. She was nearly 22 years old.
Kaya, the harbor seal born at the Aquarium in April, was moved into the main Seals and Sea Lions Habitat in October.
The Aquarium has welcomed a new four-year-old male sea lion, Chase, to the Seals and Sea Lions Habitat.
Two eagle rays, one female and one male, are now on exhibit in the Tropical Reef. They can be identified by their protruding, tapered snout and dark brown back with white spots.
Val and Speedy, two tufted puffins that have lived at the Aquarium since it opened in 1998, successfully hatched a chick in late summer.
Three Magellanic penguin chicks, two female and one male, hatched at the Aquarium in May and are now on view.
This scalloped hammerhead shark is currently on public view at the Molina Animal Care Center.
Gigi and George, the Aquarium’s breeding pair of black-necked stilts, have become parents for the second time.
A four-year-old male sea lion named Cain moved into the Seals and Sea Lions Habitat at the Aquarium on February 8.
The Aquarium’s baby Magellanic Penguin that hatched earlier this year will join the rest of the penguins in the June Keyes Penguin Habitat. It will be on exhibit starting August 8.
Black-Necked Stilts hatch for the first time at the Aquarium in the Shorebird Sanctuary exhibit.
Watch the chick in the nursery on the Aquarium’s live webcam.
Visit the new north Pacific bigeye octopus in the Northern Pacific Gallery’s Jewels exhibit area.
Brook the sea otter will celebrate her twentieth birthday on Thursday, June 8. She is the oldest female sea otter living at a zoo or aquarium.