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Bio 🌊 Dive into the wonders of the sea and our mission to conserve the ocean! 🐙 montereybayaquarium.org 🐟 @SeafoodWatch 👻 montereyaq

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image by Monterey Bay Aquarium (@montereybayaquarium) with caption : "The good news about plastic pollution? We know exactly where it comes from! Every day—especially #EarthDay—is an opportu" - 1763261076273503760
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The good news about plastic pollution? We know exactly where it comes from! Every day—especially —is an opportunity to make better choices, and to be encouraged that as we learn from our mistakes, we can all help make this the last photo of its kind. This photo was taken by local photographer @justinhofman in Indonesia. From a recent return trip, Justin reports that public pressure and nationwide changes are coming to the region—just as they are around the world—to address the plastic pollution that has been ignored for too long in our global backyard. Little by little–and sometimes with big changes all at once—things are improving. From local plastic bag bans to statewide No Straw Novembers to national single-use plastic shutdowns, there’s good news on the way. Thanks all for doing your part! We're getting better even today.

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Our scientists just set off with @schmidtocean to the White Shark Café—a mysterious spot in the Pacific where sharks gather every year. Why are the sharks there? Is it to feed or breed? Is the coffee any good? Check out the link in our profile to learn all about the voyage, and follow along with to see what they discover. This all-star team also includes researchers from @hopkinsmarinestation @mbari_news @noaa and @udelaware. Let’s go find some sharks! 🦈☕️

image by Monterey Bay Aquarium (@montereybayaquarium) with caption : "Brown turban snail enjoying some seaweed and a blazing sunset. 📷: @underwaterpat #happytodaysdate #montereybayaquarium" - 1761964807571696093
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Brown turban snail enjoying some seaweed and a blazing sunset. 📷: @underwaterpat

image by Monterey Bay Aquarium (@montereybayaquarium) with caption : "Volunteers gotta stay alert—you never know when there might be a mola sneaking up on you! #VolunteerAppreciationWeek #mo" - 1761147014769196888
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Volunteers gotta stay alert—you never know when there might be a mola sneaking up on you!

image by Monterey Bay Aquarium (@montereybayaquarium) with caption : "Our volunteers are simply inkredible! Brian is a CSUMB graduate, avid diver, naturalist on whale watch charters, a full-" - 1760429896486570604
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Our volunteers are simply inkredible! Brian is a CSUMB graduate, avid diver, naturalist on whale watch charters, a full-time employee at the Aquarium AND a volunteer with our Husbandry team in his spare time. And he doesn't even have eight arms! 💪🐙

"There's snacks in the green room!" A big bloom of plankton is a boon for the Monterey Bay, as bands of baitfish build on the bountiful greenery, providing a banquet in turn for boisterous beasties! So the next time someone asks about what the water is so green in Monterey, just say you're looking at a "Sea Lion Starter Kit!"

Our volunteers are everywhere, and they never demand a raise! Over 1,500 volunteers work across all of our departments. Whatever your favorite exhibit or animal, you've got a volunteer to thank! ❤️

Instagram Image by Monterey Bay Aquarium (@montereybayaquarium) with caption : "Don’t forget to notice the details. 📷: @meredith_bonaire #montereybayaquarium" at Monterey Bay Aquarium - 1759066270877951215

Don’t forget to notice the details. 📷: @meredith_bonaire

Volunteers provide the personal touch that makes our mission possible. A beautiful display with animals isn't enough—volunteers sharing their passion and making a personal connection with our guests is at the heart of what we do. Thank you volunteers!! ! #🙏🙏🙏

image by Monterey Bay Aquarium (@montereybayaquarium) with caption : "From tuna fins to turtle flippers, catch up on the latest from our scientists (link in profile)! We continue to pursue n" - 1757472615419574152
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From tuna fins to turtle flippers, catch up on the latest from our scientists (link in profile)! We continue to pursue new research projects as we aim to inspire a new generation of science-literate citizens—because science is at the core of our conservation mission, and inspires everything we do.

Instagram Image by Monterey Bay Aquarium (@montereybayaquarium) with caption : "Round of a-paws, you made it to the weekend! 📷: @thisisirenes #pawsitivelyawesome #montereybayaquarium" at Monterey Bay Aquarium - 1756884222818073877

Round of a-paws, you made it to the weekend! 📷: @thisisirenes

Instagram Image by Monterey Bay Aquarium (@montereybayaquarium) with caption : "How very exci-ctene! Our intrepid jelly aquarists have bred Hormiphora californensis "sea gooseberries" for the first ti" at Monterey Bay Aquarium - 1756746284926905750

How very exci-ctene! Our intrepid jelly aquarists have bred Hormiphora californensis "sea gooseberries" for the first time! They're on display now if you wish to comb over and see them.