Watch the hustle and bustle of a coral reef community.
Try to keep up with a bevy of busy tropical fishes as they traverse the corals in our special exhibition, ¡Viva Baja! Life on the Edge.
This colorful neighborhood is home to many species of tropical fish, including the Cortez wrasse, scrawled filefish and Cortez angelfish. In the wild, coral reefs are among the most diverse and valuable ecosystems on Earth. Healthy reefs protect nearby shorelines and wetlands, and are home to thousands of species of fishes and corals.
What's a cephalopod to do when mating season rolls around? Watch our kisslip cuttlefish's mesmerizing mating moves — get ready for a dizzying display of colors, lights and tentacles!
At less than two inches long, the lined chiton is a relatively tiny resident of nearshore reefs. What it lacks in size, it makes up for with bright colors and pretty patterns. See more pictures of this this colorful cutie on our blog.
How does a skate settle down for the evening? Do sharks get shuteye once the Aquarium closes? Find out with a sleepover! After fun activities and a bedtime snack, snuggle in next to your favorite exhibit, then wake up to a continental breakfast.
Our standards-based curriculum has been developed to provide educators with easy-to-use, Aquarium-centered science activities for the classroom.