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Abby and Our Sea Otters Return Today! It’s also the final Countdown to Cuteness sweepstakes entry day. Enter now for a chance to win an exclusive, behind-the-scenes tour of our sea otter exhibit.
What a weekend it will be! New sea otters Gidget and Ivy have been testing the exhibit to make sure everything is otterly perfect for your arrival Saturday, March 23. What’s more, we’ve got extended hours for spring break through April 7, 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. (9 a.m. weekends for members).
You could win a behind-the-scenes tour!
This silver spotted sculpin (Blepsias cirrhosus) loves hiding in our Seaweed Gardens. Can you find him? What’s your favorite example of camouflage at the Aquarium?
We recently added three spiny dogfish sharks to the Monterey Bay Habitats exhibit, and will be releasing two in the near future! These sharks are aggressive and have a reputation of relentlessly pursuing their prey—though we don’t have to worry about this on exhibit, where our animals are well fed by aquarists.
Our Laysan albatross, Makana, gets a unique enrichment: a trip through the Aquarium offices! Everyone seemed to enjoy the visit—including Makana.