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Caught in the act! Did you know, that as part of their growth process, barnacles molt?
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It is gearing up to beautiful day, not to mention weekend!! If you need some cooling off, you know where to get splashed!
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Taking a closer look at a single blade of kelp. Bryozoans, hydroids, and nudibranchs!!
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Our resident Giant, out and about!
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Today was a great end to the beautiful summer we have had here at the Seaside Aquarium! Thank you to everyone who came to visit us this summer and to all of our wonderful staff, we could not have done it without you! The Seaside Aquarium will now be open daily from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
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Everyone is having fun today!!
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More Purple Sails are washing ashore on Seaside's beach!
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What does a hungry Mole Crab look like? Mole Crabs use these feather-like tentacles to filter plankton out of the water.
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A beautiful end to a beautiful week!
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Someone is about to become lunch!
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Check out today's beach discoveries, courtesy the Seaside Beach Discovery Program!
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A beautiful morning here, at the Seaside Aquarium!
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Unusually large Northern Anchovy run depletes oxygen levels in the Necanicum, leaving many fish dead. Birds love it! Every few years the local anchovy run is so large that when they enter into the rivers they deplete the oxygen and many of them parish. This is what is occurring now along the Necanicum River. It may no seem like it but this is a sign that the anchovies along our coastline are doing good! It also provides a lot of food for birds and marine mammals.
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