In our interactive show, the bonds our sea lions have with their trainers take center stage. The animals learn behaviors from them that stimulate their natural instincts and aid in their care.
Amongst ocean lovers like us, our Glover’s Reef display is always popular, offering a snorkler’s-eye view of colorful marine life.
Many ocean species spend time along rocky shores. Penguins use the cliffs for nesting, and sea otters, and seals will sometimes rest out of the water. (Note: Sea Cliffs underwater viewing area remains closed due to damage from Hurricane Sandy)
Sand tiger sharks often swim with their mouths open, exposing their many, many sharp teeth. Don't fret, though. They aren't considered a danger to people.
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