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Fun fact for Shark Week: Where do sharks go? Our researchers have made surprising discoveries. Tagged sharks traveled from Southern California down the Baja Peninsula. Adult white sharks off Northern California have journeyed to the Eastern Pacific and the “Shark Café,” and as far west as Hawaii. Some made 1,000-foot dives! Check out this Today.com interview with our researchers, and see shark travels in real time at the GTOPP website.
Learn more about shark conservation at the Aquarium.

Fun fact for Shark Week: Where do sharks go? Our researchers have made surprising discoveries. Tagged sharks traveled from Southern California down the Baja Peninsula. Adult white sharks off Northern California have journeyed to the Eastern Pacific and the “Shark Café,” and as far west as Hawaii. Some made 1,000-foot dives! Check out this Today.com interview with our researchers, and see shark travels in real time at the GTOPP website.

Learn more about shark conservation at the Aquarium.


It’s Shark Week on the Discovery Channel! Did you know that after renovating our million-gallon Open Sea exhibit in 2011 we added a new species, the sandbar shark? This beautiful animal is one of the largest coastal pelagic sharks, and can grow to eight feet. 

It’s Shark Week on the Discovery Channel! Did you know that after renovating our million-gallon Open Sea exhibit in 2011 we added a new species, the sandbar shark? This beautiful animal is one of the largest coastal pelagic sharks, and can grow to eight feet. 

Next week is Shark Week on the Discovery Channel! This weekend (August 11-12) the Aquarium will be hosting a special premiere of the film, “Great White Highway” in the auditorium, about shark migrations and conservation, followed by a Q&A with research scientists. We’ll also be giving away vouchers for a re-mastered edition of “Jaws” on Blu-ray Disc, as well as other gifts!
View pictures and learn more about “Great White Highway” on the Discovery Channel.

Next week is Shark Week on the Discovery Channel! This weekend (August 11-12) the Aquarium will be hosting a special premiere of the film, “Great White Highway” in the auditorium, about shark migrations and conservation, followed by a Q&A with research scientists. We’ll also be giving away vouchers for a re-mastered edition of “Jaws” on Blu-ray Disc, as well as other gifts!

View pictures and learn more about “Great White Highway” on the Discovery Channel.

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