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Looks like it is going to be a picture perfect weekend. Come and enjoy the sun!
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Fish yawn too...
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Keep your eyes peeled for these cute little moles. Mole crabs burrow into the sand backwards, covering themselves with sand so that only their eyes are exposed. Mole crabs do not have pincers, they feed by gathering plankton with their long, feathery antennae that fold out of sight when not in use.
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Summer is officially here! We are now open until 7:00 p.m. everyday. Come on in and feed the seals!
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We are happy to introduce you to our newest babies! One of our female kelp perch just gave birth to 10 little ones. Congratulations mommy kelp perch, you did great!
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Happy birthday to you. Happy birthday to you! Happy birthday dear Shireen, happy birthday to you!!! Yesterday our sweet Shireen turned 9 years old.
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Another picture perfect day...
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We've had a couple unique babies come through the Seaside Aquarium in the last few days... If you find young wildlife that you think is abandoned, make certain it is truly orphaned. The parents may be nearby but not visible. If you are uncertain or have any questions contact the Wildlife Center of the North Coast at 503-338-0331. Thank you Sharnell for all that you do!
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It has been a week full of birthdays. Lewis turned 12, Reagan turned 11, Vivian turned 9, and Frankie turned 4! Happy Birthday guys, we love you!!!!
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Today we are celebrating Miss Pinni's 2nd birthday! We would also like to give a special shout out to Cosmo, we celebrated her sweet 16 on the 29th!!
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Giant Plumose Anemones can defend themselves by the means of acontia, threadlike structures lined with nematocysts (stinging cells). When disturbed, the anemone will shoot out acontia from its body wall or mouth, stinging anything the acontia comes in contact with.
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Over the long holiday weekend Casey had his first birthday, while his mother, Greta, celebrated her 19th birthday and the Seaside Aquarium turned a whopping 78 years old! Thank you to everyone for their support throughout the years, we could not have done it without you!!
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY BIG BOY, WE LOVE YOU!! Today we celebrated Damian's 2nd birthday. He has grown up so fast!
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This guy takes camouflaging to the next level...
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A hard hat washed ashore today with a little surprise... NUDIBRANCHS!!
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Keep an eye out for Whimbrels! This one was spotted in Seaside this morning.
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How precious is she? Our baby red octopus is growing up fast, she is already the size of a dime!
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Razor clamming is closed until further notice due to high levels of domoic acid. The toxin is produced by marine diatoms which are members of the genus Pseudo-nitzschia. This is what they look like under a microscope.
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For those who missed the sunrise this morning...
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What to become a volunteer with the Haystack Rock Awareness Program? Here is your chance...
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Harbor Seal Pupping Season Has Official Started! This afternoon we responded to our first harbor seal pup of the year! Please remember to give these guys some space so that they can rest while their mothers are away hunting.
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Westerly winds are bringing in more Velella!
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Seaside Aquarium, 200 North Prom, Seaside, Oregon 97138 Tel: (503) 738-6211.