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  • Aquarium of the Pacific
    Aquarium of the Pacific Betty’s favorite foods are shrimp, clams, and squid. She’s a little over a year old. She has brown hair, and her nickname is “Banshee,” because she wails when she doesn’t get her way. Named for Aquarium of the Pacific sponsor and legendary actress Betty White, she’s a recent addition to the aquarium’s BP Sea Otter Habitat. Betty was discovered in early 2012, a mere pup, without a mother. The staff at Aquarium of the Pacific nursed her back to health until October, when she was well enough to join her friends in the otter habitat. The otter habitat is just one of 19 habitats at Aquarium of the Pacific, which also includes 32 focus exhibits celebrating the diverse wildlife of the Pacific Ocean. In the June Keyes Penguin Habitat, more than 12 tuxedo-clad Magellanic penguins waddle around a rocky beach where guests can spy them nesting, eating, and practicing dance routines with Dick van Dyke, and a crawl space below their swimming pool provides a closer look at the birds as they go for a dip. Outside in Shark Lagoon, some 150-plus sand tiger, zebra, and whitetip reef sharks bare their menacing grins. But in the shallow touch pools, gentle bamboo and epaulette sharks discredit stereotypes by allowing visitors to pet them. For those more interested in the science of the sea, the Ocean Science Center helps visitors explore oceanic trends through its Science on a Sphere exhibit. The globe, a creation of the National Oceanic and Atmosphere Administration, measures six feet in diameter and displays films about subjects such as rising sea levels and the connection between ocean health and human health.
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    100 Aquarium Way
    Long Beach, CA US
  • Cabrillo Marine Aquarium
    A giant forest stretches across most of California?but its impossible to hike there. Submerged just off of the state's rocky coast, large kelp forests make a home to diverse animal and plant life. Moray eels, leopard sharks, and giant sea bass all swim beneath the water, while sea otters splash at the surface. That's just one of the habitats on display inside the Cabrillo Marine Aquarium. The 21,000-square-foot aquarium showcases Southern California's rich marine life, making it the largest aquarium of its kind in the world. The Susanne Lawrenz-Miller Exhibit Hall charts a journey through different regions, from the open ocean, to the mudflats, to the sandy shores. Other areas present a more immersive experience. The tide pool lets visitors touch a starfish, while the exploration center lets them crawl into a tunnel, where they find themselves surrounded by octopuses, sting rays, and other creatures that have signed contracts to make public appearances. Cabrillo Marine Aquarium wants to keep all of these creatures around for the long term. Case and point: the aquarium houses a research library and an aquatic nursery, where the team raises young sea animals and trains young scientists.
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    3720 Stephen M White Dr.
    San Pedro, CA US
  • Living Art Aquatic Design
    With a client list that includes BMW, Apple, Disney, and ESPN—as well as work in films such as Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen and Ocean’s Thirteen—Living Art Aquatic Design produces vibrantly colorful aquariums that are custom built for individual spaces by skilled technicians. Much like sculptors working with clay, Living Art’s technicians mold glass and rock to create original aquariums. Though several units have been installed atop the traditional wooden base, other aquariums have been fitted in unorthodox settings, including the wall of a bowling alley and hanging in a chandelier above a staircase. It's these kind of innovations and imagination that entices commercial and residential customers alike to tap a Living Art technician for their own aquatic project.
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    4943 McConnell Ave
    Los Angeles, CA US
  • Sea Laboratory
    The SEA Lab is a hands-on coastal science education center in Redondo Beach that offers educational field trips throughout the year to explorers of all ages. The SEA Lab extends its learning opportunities through fun summer camp programs that highlight the local marine environment.
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    1021 North Harbor Drive
    Redondo Beach, CA US
  • Oceans Aquarium
    Growing up on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea, Golan Binder quickly developed a fondness for the ocean. That love of aquatic life didn’t dissipate when he moved to Los Angeles. So after years of enjoying aquariums as a hobbyist, he decided to launch his own business, Oceans Aquarium. Today, Golan and his team design, install, and maintain saltwater aquariums of all sizes. Their approach is meticulous. They make sure that the tank’s equipment can’t be heard from across the room. They design layouts that draw attention to the fish. They minimize the presence of the equipment without even hiring a magician to make it disappear. Projects can range from a little 10-gallon tank for the office to an elaborate living-reef environment replete with fish, shrimp, starfish, snails, and coral.
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    2812 Oakhurst Ave
    Los Angeles, CA US

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