Monthly Archives: July 2014

A new tufted puffin chick at the Seattle Aquarium!

We are delighted to welcome a new tufted puffin chick to the Seattle Aquarium! The chick hatched late last week and, along with its parents, is being closely monitored by Seattle Aquarium biologists. As of this writing, the chick appears more »

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Creature feature: the male mouth-brooding Banggai cardinalfish

  What does “male mouth-brooding” mean exactly? That the male carries the eggs—in his mouth! That’s an interesting characteristic of all cardinalfish. Banggai cardinalfish, Pterapogon kauderni, belong to the Family Apogonidae (Cardinalfish). They’re named for the area in which they’re more »

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Support the Seattle Aquarium: vote YES on Prop 1 by August 5!

Seattle voters have a chance to cast a vote next month for the Aquarium and city parks. The Aquarium is supporting “Seattle Parks for All” and I hope you will too. We’ve joined dozens of other citizens’ organizations to enthusiastically more »

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"War of the Whales" features Aquarium award winner Ken Balcomb

World-renowned orca expert Ken Balcomb, who is the executive director of the Center for Whale Research and was the recipient of the Seattle Aquarium’s 2006 Conservation Research Award, is a principal player in “War of the Whales,” a gripping new more »

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New art exhibit opens at the Seattle Aquarium

Now on exhibit at the Seattle Aquarium: blown glass sculpture by Tlingit artist Raven Skyriver and limited-edition prints by Aleut artist Thomas Stream. The works from both artists feature beautiful renditions of animals native to the Pacific Northwest and Alaska. more »

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