For kids entering grades 5–6 in Fall 2014 Session 1: June 23–27 Session 2: July 14–18—SOLD OUT Session 3: August 11–15—SOLD OUTMonday–Friday, 9am–4pm $360; Aquarium members $325See how our biologists spend their time while working with fish and invertebrates: not only do they feed, enrich and care for the animals in our exhibits; they also venture into the field to study wild populations. Learn about their research projects—from tagging sharks and counting octopus dens in Puget Sound to collecting fish biodiversity data in Hawaii. Then perform your own project by recording population counts in our exhibits, verifying species from field video footage or placing enriching treats in an octopus’ path to see the reactions that follow.
For kids entering grades 5–6 in Fall 2014 Session 1: July 28–August 1 Session 2: August 4–8 Monday–Friday, 9am–4pm $360; Aquarium members $325Have you ever wondered what it takes to build exhibits for marine animals, their caretakers and the people who visit the Aquarium? Come learn about the evolution of exhibit design and meet the engineers, artists, educators and biologists that help plan new Aquarium exhibits. After experiencing demonstrations and exhibit tours and unlocking behind-the-scenes secrets, you’ll design and build a model of your dreamSeattle Aquarium exhibit.
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