In March the Aquarium’s penguin care team opened the nine nesting burrows in the June Keyes Penguin Habitat, giving our Magellanic penguins the opportunity to claim a burrow and start building a nest in preparation for breeding season.
On your next visit at the Aquarium, look for these new animals that were recently added to exhibits.
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.
The show was created in a partnership between the Aquarium and XPrize’s Ocean Initiative.
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.
The show, We Are All Related: The Dispersal of Humans Across the World, plays daily in the Ocean Science Center.
The Time is Now, The Future is Here plays daily in the Ocean Theater and is included with Aquarium general admission.
See FROGS: Dazzling and Disappearing, plus the new Our Water Future exhibit area and a new archerfish habitat.
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.
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.
The Aquarium has opened two new exhibitions to help visitors learn about marine life and humans’ relationship with our planet. Horses and Dragons features more than a dozen species of seahorses, seadragons, and their relatives. Vanishing Animals examines extinction and what we can do to reverse the trend.
In a live webcast held June 1, 2015, experts discussed sea level rise in conjunction with the opening of a new photo exhibition at the Aquarium documenting human responses to rising sea levels around the world.
The Aquarium debuted a new show for the Science on a Sphere about the Fukushima nuclear accident and its impacts on humans and marine life.