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Eelgrass: nursery of the sea

Eelgrass: nursery of the sea

Meadows of grass growing below the surface of Puget Sound? It may not be the same as the grass on your local playfield—but it’s there, and it serves a vital purpose.

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New in our Puget Sound Fish exhibit

We’ve got some cool new additions to our Puget Sound Fish exhibit—learn a bit about them here, then get to know them during your next visit to the Seattle Aquarium!

New Sculpins on Display

New Sculpins on Display

In the picture above, the manacled sculpin displays two of its distinctive features: the united pair of pectoral fins and the protuberance on the lower lip (function unknown).

Winter Fishtival: Sculpin Fun Facts

Winter Fishtival: Sculpin Fun Facts

Join us for hands-on activities, special talks and opportunities to learn more about the care and feeding of the Aquarium's fish, birds, tide pool animals and marine mammals during Winter Fishtival! Each day we'll highlight a different sea animal and activity. Today the featured animal is the sculpin. Here are some fun and interesting facts about sculpins.

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