We’ve seen the iconic view of brown bears huddled around Brooks Falls waiting to snatch jumping salmon, but our underwater cam shares a different perspective: one of the ways the bears go fish is by snorkeling! As a quick side note, snorkel is a funny word. Rick | explore.org
Meet the young explorer at the helm of the Beluga Boat
Hello everyone! My name is Aidan, and I will be your Beluga Boat’s senior intern for the next month or so!
Shark Cam Top Photos of the Week
Ferocious looking fish have been spotted swimming by our Shark Cam off the coast of Cape Fear, but there’s absolutely nothing to be afraid of. Sandtiger sharks are actually a bunch of softies who’d prefer to sink their pointy teeth into bottom-feeding fish. They’re still a big catch to see in the wild. Here are
Let’s Talk About Sex
The Sex Change Exhibit and Live Cam at the Aquarium of the Pacific got its name from the amazing adaptations of its colorful fish from Palau’s coral reefs.
Hold Your Breath
Belugas are great divers: they can reach depths of 800 meters and hold their breath for up to 25 minutes.