A baby giant sea bass that hatched at the Aquarium in October is now on public view in the Redondo Canyon exhibit in the Southern California/Baja Gallery on the first floor.
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.
After being rehabilitated by the Aquarium of the Pacific, a green sea turtle was released into the open ocean on September 1.
Two Magellanic Penguin chicks that hatched at the Aquarium in late May are in the behind-the-scenes nursery that can be viewed via webcam.
Monarch butterflies, caterpillars, and chrysalises can be found in the garden surrounding the Aquarium’s Our Water Future exhibit area.
The turtle, a male, was the first loggerhead to be fitted with a satellite tag to track its movements.
The sea turtle was fitted with a satellite tag before its release so its movements can be tracked. Check back for updates on its location.
The Aquarium rehabilitated and released a green sea turtle this spring, attaching a satellite tag to track its movements.
The Aquarium worked with the National Marine Fisheries Service and released the turtle back into the wild on May 11.