Dive into the Pacific Ocean. Hear the latest news about the Aquarium of the Pacific, its animals, and exhibits, and listen to a variety of scientists and guest speakers covering important issues facing our ocean and planet.
The Flamboyant Cuttlefish
Clever, showy, and masters of disguise, these tiny predators may be unable to hide from their most serious threat.
The Snowy Egret
Found throughout the western hemisphere, this elegant and graceful bird possesses some unique survival skills.
Sharks, the most feared predator
"Shark!" The mere word evokes fear in many people! In recent history, shark attack upon humans has been one of the most feared (and most misunderstood) natural dangers to man. In reality, it is the shark that has become the hunted.
The Arctic Fox
The IUCN lists the Arctic Fox as one of the species most vulnerable to the effects of climate change in its environment.
Throughout history, penguins have captured the hearts and imagination of people of all ages. Comical and endearing, our perception of this awkward creature belies its amazing abilities to survive in the ocean and on land.
The Invisible Ocean
The largest geographic feature of our planet is the ocean, almost inconceivable in size to the imagination. It is in this vast environment that microscopic plants and animals make our planet habitable.