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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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The wind picked up a little bit this afternoon, so the Discovery Program was forced to shut down a little early today. Here is a little glimpse of what the team discovered today!
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Two unique visitors came in the Aquarium today, a spotted owl and two bats! They are now on their way to the Wildlife Center of the North Coast for some TLC. Thank you Sharnell!!
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It's a great day to feed seals!! You still have time, we're open until 7:00 p.m.!!
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Check out what the staff from the Beach Discovery Program found today on Seaside's beach! Remember the program runs every Saturday and Sunday (weather permitting) from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Come on by and check it out!
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Exploring the tide pools in Seaside: Seaside is not known for its tide pools but on the south end of town, at an area called the cove, small tide pools contain various gems. Check out what today's low tide revealed.
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