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Gong Hei Fat Choi! Happy Chinese New Year to all!
To all our friends celebrating the start of the Year of the Horse, our best wishes for a fulfilling new year!
Since red is the traditional color of the new year, what better animal to feature than this yellow (yellow?) seahorse, Hippocampus kuda, which you can see in our Splash Zone exhibit galleries. Despite the name, yellow seahorses come in a variety of colors, including reddish-orange, yellow and even black.
(If you’re feeling especially prosperous, consider giving those you love a bright red Monterey Bay Aquarium gift card to start the year.)
Photo © Monterey Bay Aquarium - Randy Wilder
The Secret Lives of Seahorses closes this Monday, Sept. 2, so stop by the Aquarium to see these fascinating fishes before we wish them a fond farewell! Thanks to all of you who’ve loved this exhibit and made it such a great success.
Leafies, weedies and pipefish—oh, my! Come see our spectacular seahorses before the exhibit closes Labor Day.
Can’t get enough of ocean animals? Check out our Pinterest board capturing the beauty of underwater life!
Is it a plant or an animal? You might need to look closely to find the ribbon pipehorse (Haliichthys taeniphorus)!
See it now in our “Secret Lives of Seahorses" special exhibition.
Hey, is that a penguin on your pumpkin? We created five great sea creature stencils to use this Halloween, including a penguin, seahorse, sea turtle and hammerhead shark. Print one and give it a try!
Remember the weedy sea dragons that hatched in July and are being cared for behind the scenes? They’re growing nicely! At birth they were just 1.5 cm.
And off they go! More than 30 weedy sea dragons have now hatched on exhibit.