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Credit: Robin Riggs
A collaboration with Tongva illustrator to add to the story in the new Southern California Gallery
The Aquarium’s 14th annual Photographers Night was held in October, and guests were invited to enjoy an evening of learning, free equipment rentals, and demonstrations.
Aquarium joins the Oiled Wildlife Care Network to help save birds impacted by toxin in a California lake
Staff from the Aquarium are assisting with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife’s emergency effort to help migrating birds impacted by the deadly avian botulism event
Lessons from a recently donated tropical fish to the Aquarium of the Pacific can help home aquarists create a conscientious home aquarium.
The Aquarium of the Pacific, Birch Aquarium, California Academy of Sciences, and the Sunflower Star Lab have successfully induced spawning in sunflower sea stars and hope to help reestablish wild populations off the nation’s west coast
Three impressive individuals were recognized at Aquarium events for their community service and leadership.
From the 25th Anniversary celebration at the Blue Whale Gala to significant gift from local Girl Scouts, our supporters are making a positive impact on Aquarium programs and initiatives.
The third annual High Tide Film Festival was a night to celebrate the winners of film contest sponsored by Dr. Allen and Charlotte Ginsburg at the Aquarium of the Pacific.
This Fall we welcomed three new otters and also said goodbye to some beloved members of our Aquarium animal family. We also hosted a photo contest for our 25th Anniversary.
Discover the warty frogfish and the bay pipefish as well as a coral endemic to California featured in the reimagined Southern California Gallery.
Endangered Species Raised at the Aquarium of the Pacific and Santa Ana Zoo and Hatched at the Los Angeles Zoo Released into Local Wilderness
Approximately one hundred and seventy critically endangered southern mountain yellow-legged frogs were released into their wild habitat in the Southern California mountains on August 29 and 30, 2023.
The Aquarium staff members mourned the loss of Harpo the California sea lion.
Join us as the Aquarium celebrates its 25th Anniversary with new exhibits, events, and programs highlighting the remarkable natural world right outside our door. Southern California Gallery Now Open.
A recent study published by the Aquarium and collaborators finds potential in messages that emphasize the environmental benefits of sustainable aquaculture.
Kelp forests have been under threat and the Aquarium is joining partners in a new scientific project to help kelp.