Monthly Archives: February 2018

Sea turtle Coral lands in sunny San Diego

As you may remember, last fall the Seattle Aquarium began rehabilitating an olive ridley sea turtle that had stranded along the Oregon coast (read our original blog post for all the details). We’re happy to report that, after months of more »

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How many octopuses are in Puget Sound? Census seeks to answer questions about the remarkable giant Pacific octopus.

The giant Pacific octopus (GPO) is the largest octopus species in the world—yet little is known of its biology and ecology. Nor is it possible to know exactly how many GPOs are living in Puget Sound. But, with volunteer assistance more »

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Chairman's Dinner 2018: “Creatures in the ocean don’t have a choice. We do.”

That was just one of the insights offered by Dr. Sylvia A. Earle as she accepted the Seattle Aquarium’s first-ever Lifetime Achievement Award at our Chairman’s Dinner on January 25. This annual event honors community and scientific leaders who have more »

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