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Singing sardines and repurposed puppets? Learn all about our summer musical performance “Think Big!” in our latest podcast.
Jump for joy! It’s humpback whale season and we’re seeing these graceful giants from our decks every week. Did you know you can use your phone to get updates on animal sightings and special exhibit feedings during your visit? Ask about our text alert program when you arrive.
(Photo: Giancarlo Thomae/Sanctuary Cruises)
Have our eight-armed animals captured your imagination? Check out these submissions to our #MBAtentacles sweeps and share your own on Instagram or Twitter—you could win!
Have you seen it? The full version of the award-winning PBS Nature film “Saving Otter 501” is back online! You’ll be spellbound by the story of the Aquarium’s 501st attempt to save an orphaned sea otter.
Learn more about our sea otter program
(Photo: Sea Studios Foundation)
Curious about how scientists study the deep sea? Discover how the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute explores the largest habitat on earth at an Open House in Moss Landing July 19.
(Photos: Kelly Lance (c) 2013 MBARI)
Down the Hatch! Watch Our Little Penguin Chick Eat a Big Fish
Gulp! How’s our African blackfooted penguin chick doing behind the scenes? Well, it now has a name (Rey, for “Monterey”), is comfortable being hand-fed, and weighs a portly 3.4 pounds! The youngster was born at the Aquarium June 4, and will go back on exhibit with its parents, Karoo and Messina, after a few months.
Have you entered our #MBATentacles sweeps yet? Your submissions so far are crazy, creepy, cute, cuddly and just plain cool! Submit yours today via Twitter or Instagram and you could win.
A beautiful blueprint? This #ThrowbackThursday concept drawing was sketched by Gene Takeshita in the 1970s—well before we opened in 1984. Some exhibits remain while others disappeared in development. Can you find your faves?
Love to ride? Meet the folks from Bureo Skateboards at Evenings by the Bay July 12! The company makes cool-looking boards from recycled fishing nets, helping fight plastic pollution and promoting healthy oceans. See their presentations at 6 and 7 pm!