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Know your beach—season recap

#4 and final post in the 2019 series of guest blog posts by Seattle Aquarium beach naturalists Bobby Arispe and Jen Strongin.

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You Can Help Prevent Plastic From Harming Marine Wildlife

You Can Help Prevent Plastic From Harming Marine Wildlife

June 8th is World Ocean Day, the UN-designated day for the global community to celebrate and take action for our shared ocean. One of the greatest threats to the ocean is also one of the most insidious because chances are it’s so mundane you don’t even notice it. Look around you right now: how much plastic do you see?

Cuttlefish Camouflage

Cuttlefish Camouflage

Our cuttlefish in the Ocean Oddities exhibit can often be found under the soft corals and anemones in their enclosure, but last week two of them were perched atop these two cnidarians. Although capable of matching their surroundings, both animals remained in the contrasting darker coloration seen in both photos.

GiveBIG to the Seattle Aquarium

GiveBIG to the Seattle Aquarium

Today is GiveBIG and we at the Seattle Aquarium are excited to be part this community-wide giving challenge created by The Seattle Foundation. Our GiveBIG day is starting at 6am with KING 5 and Norm Rice from The Seattle Foundation discussing the impact to the community in front of Window on Washington Waters. They will also announce the first golden ticket sometime this morning!

Harbor Seal Breeding Exchange

Harbor Seal Breeding Exchange

On Thursday, April 26th, male harbor seal "Q" was transported to the Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium (PDZA), joining four female harbor seals. Later that afternoon, Barney met a new friend, 7 year old female "Siku" (pronounced see-koo) from PDZA.

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