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Did you know that green sea turtles are a bit of an enigma? They travel far and wide, riding currents across the open ocean. Females return to the same beach each year, using magnetic clues as a map back home. They live to be a remarkable 80 years old, and our two are at least 50!
Watch them on our live cam
Did you know that our popular pelagic rays come right over at feeding time? “They’re very charismatic,” says one aquarist, tossing them another shrimp. “They flip over on their backs and scoop the food in with their fins. It’s like playing ring toss at the carnival!”
Watch them “fly” on our live cam
Is your garden thriving this summer? So is ours! This gorgeous giant kelp grows rapidly—up to 20 inches per day under ideal conditions in the bay.
View our live kelp forest cam
(Photo: Charlene Boarts)
Noticed a new otter on exhibit? Welcome back, Ivy! She joins rescued pup 649 and Gidget in our two-story display. Ivy—also known as Wild Child for her lively nature—was rescued near San Luis Obispo as a two-week-old pup in 2011.
Did you know you can go diving from your desk? Our live HD Kelp Cam offers multiple views of our famed Kelp Forest exhibit. The views change randomly every minute except when there is a feeding show.
Catch it now! Our friends at SeaOtters.com just added a live stream of their wild otter cam on Facebook. Earlier this morning we counted 20 otters in plain view! The cam was created thanks in part to your donations.
Want to watch sea otters live in the wild? SeaOtters.com just launched live streaming, every day of the year, from nearby Elkhorn Slough.
Go now: http://seaotters.com/live/
Plans for the weekend? Well, whatever they are, “good luck!” Thanks to aquarist Nikki Dinsmore for this adorable pic of an otter enrichment.
Our most recent penguin chick is now on exhibit! Watch her amazing journey.