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Seattle Aquarium cute couples alert!

We may have been thwarted in our attempt at an octopus blind date this year, but there are still some very charming “couples” on exhibit at the Seattle Aquarium. A quick note before you get too starry-eyed: Not surprisingly, relationships more »

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Get ready for Octopus Week at the Seattle Aquarium!

In anticipation of Octopus Week, February 18–26, as well as our Octopus Blind Date on February 14 (Valentine’s Day!), we asked Senior Aquarist Kathryn Kegel to answer a few questions for us.   Q: Where do the Aquarium’s giant Pacific more »

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A message from our CEO

After over a year of seawall construction directly in front of the Aquarium, I’m happy to report that we are in the home stretch, with completion anticipated in early spring. Pay us a visit soon to see the changes in more »

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Amazing Dwarf Cuttlefish

Cuttlefishes get their name from their cuttlebone—an internal, porous structure that helps to regulate their buoyancy—an element of anatomy that no other cephalopods possess. There are 120 known species of cuttlefish: you can come see dwarf cuttlefish, Sepia bandensis, in more »

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Update: Tucker the rehabilitated sea turtle

Regular readers of our blog will remember that last year, the Seattle Aquarium took in a critically ill olive ridley sea turtle that was found stranded on the Oregon Coast. He quickly became known as “Tucker,” a name that came more »

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