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Seattle Aquarium's Marshawn Pinch tries plankton from faraway sea fans

In an effort to come out of his shell for the media, the Seattle Aquarium’s 12th crustacean, Marshawn Pinch, recently sampled a selection of Japanese plankton for his many sea fans in that far-off part of the world’s one big more »

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Mass of jellyfish spotted near Seattle Aquarium

Visitors to the Seattle Aquarium were treated to a bonus exhibit last week: at least two species of jellyfish were seen massed in the waters of Elliott Bay, just beyond the walkway of our new harbor seal exhibit. “Are those more »

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Winter Fishtival January 2: Coral Reef

Join the Seattle Aquarium for Winter Fishtival, where we’ll feature different sea animals and fun activities each day. January 2 is devoted to the coral reef. Did you know that coral isn’t a plant—it’s actually an animal, related to sea more »

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Look Down Below - Wild Moon Jellies!

“Look down over the railing to see the wild moon jellies. They are the same species we have in the Aquarium,” volunteers said to a group of visitors enjoying the sunshine on Pier 60 last Friday (June 15, 2012). In more »

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