Streaming Live September 22, 2020
Let’s play a game of I Spy all around the Aquarium. Who can spot that animal first?
Connect with an Aquarium educator to find the answers to all your questions about the DEEP SEA.
In the second installment of a two-part series, Curator of Fish and Invertebrates Nate Jaros will lead a presentation on the Aquarium’s largest exhibit, the Tropical Reef Habitat and its care and maintenance.
Viewers can check in on the Magellanic penguins, sharks, sea jellies, Tropical Reef Habitat, Honda Blue Cavern, and other exhibits.
Enjoy our webcam resource kits.
See 360-degree views of each gallery space and “walk” through the exhibit halls to see the sights and hear the sounds of the Aquarium. Click on Enter VR to view the exhibits with a WebVR-capable browser or VR headset.
A full archive dating back to 2010 is available on the website. Lectures cover a wide variety of topics, from ocean research and conservation to how we can use art to build connections to nature and among people. Each speaker also records a short Aquacast at the Aquarium, and this archive is also available on the website.
Each video showcases a different ocean farm and different types of seafood, and includes cooking tips and recipes. Visit the Seafood for the Future YouTube channel for more seafood videos, including educational shorts on the environmental benefits of responsible seafood farming.
Have your kids tuned in to one (or many) of our Online Academy programs? You can print out one of our unique certificates, fill out the details, and hand it to your proud student at home.