Category Archives: Seattle Aquarium

Gills Club: girls getting smart about sharks

With help from you, the Seattle Aquarium is now actively connecting young girls with female scientists via the newly launched Gills Club, a STEM-based education initiative developed by the Atlantic White Shark Conservancy. Combating the notion that “only boys like more »

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Know your beach: end-of-season report

#6 in the 2017 series of guest blog posts by Seattle Aquarium beach naturalists Bobby Arispe and Jen Strongin. Wow. I cannot believe our beach season is over already! It feels like we just got started. Thank you to everyone more »

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Hatchlings at the Seattle Aquarium

Meet the “lumpsuckerlings!” As you might imagine, rearing baby lumpsuckers from eggs is a challenging process. But Seattle Aquarium staff have found success for a long time and have contributed to the larger community’s general understanding of this adorable fish more »

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Know your beach-this week from the beach

#5 in the 2017 series of guest blog posts by Seattle Aquarium beach naturalists Bobby Arispe and Jen Strongin. Did you make it out to the last series of minus tides on our local beaches? If not, don’t despair! We more »

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King County voters: Increase access to the wonders of the marine environment-support Prop 1!

“As a parent of a kid with special needs, I cannot thank you enough for a night where we feel like we belong.” Taken from a survey about the Aquarium’s recent DreamNight event, those words sum up the feelings of more »

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