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The “San Jose Mercury News” says our “Tentacles exhibit will suck you in.” Has it grabbed YOU yet?
Check out this great profile of our new special exhibition
Happy Easter! Hope you are having this much fun. Watch as our otters go crazy for clam-covered ice eggs.
We recently saw a blue whale from our Great Tide Pool deck—the largest animal on the planet! It’s an early sighting, as we normally don’t see blues until June.
Watch our live bay cam
More egg madness in our otter exhibit—have a great #Easter weekend!
Watch the cuteness live
Our otters are already enjoying an egg-cellent Easter weekend. You? The Aquarium’s clever staff really outdid themselves with these ice eggs—the “frosting” is made from ground clams. Yum!
Learn more about our otters—and how we’re helping save this threatened species
Have you had a chance to visit our Tentacles special exhibition yet? If not, this video tour might convince you!
Learn more about the exhibit
Beautiful, mysterious—and little changed in 150-million years. Have you seen them? We have chambered nautilus in our new special exhibition, Tentacles: The Astounding Lives of Octopuses, Squid and Cuttlefishes.
Learn more about nautilus
Can you find the cuttlefish? Come make your own discoveries this weekend at the Aquarium—we’ll have longer hours April 12-27 in honor of spring break (and our new exhibit): 9:30 am to 6 pm (9 am on weekends for members).
How do you polish a 13-inch-thick, 54-foot-long window? Find out in our latest podcast!