Look into a mysterious, mesmerizing world where life looms large.
You'll see giant bluefin tuna power their way through the water, while hammerhead sharks, pelagic rays and giant green sea turtles swim just inches away.
The stunning one-million-gallon exhibit is home to one of the most diverse communities of open-ocean animals to be found in any aquarium.
Our special six-part series, "Breaking Down: The Problem with Plastic Pollution," covers the impacts of plastic pollution—from its threat to humans and wildlife to how the issue has energized young people and policymakers.
These colorful fish range from San Diego in southern California to Peru, although warming waters have increased sightings up along the coast of California. See them for yourself in our new special exhibition, ¡Viva Baja! Life on the Edge.
With your help, we can expand our education programs through our new Center for Ocean Education and Leadership. Please join us in inspiring a new generation of ocean leaders.
Our standards-based curriculum has been developed to provide educators with easy-to-use, Aquarium-centered science activities for the classroom.