• Pacific Spiny Lumpsucker

    Scaleless, Spiny, Suckers

    Have you seen the adorably awkward Pacific Spiny Lumpsucker? They're found along the Pacific coast, from Washington to Alaska, to some parts of Japan. This unique fish is known for its…

  • Melibe

    Meet the Melibe

    Melibe are a pretty unique type of nudibranch — aka sea slug — that are found in the kelp forests of Alaska all the way down to the Gulf of California.…

  • The Aristotle's Lantern

    The Amazing Aristotle’s Lantern

    Wow! Have you ever seen a sea urchin from this perspective?! Sea urchins possess an intricate mouth apparatus that's located on the underside of their bodies — it's referred to as…

  • Baby CA Two-Spot Octopus

    The Story Behind the Spot

    Have you had the chance to visit our nursery habitats in Hall of Fishes recently?! This is where you can find our juvenile California Two-Spot Octopus. Right now this baby octopus…

  • Wolf Eels Feeding

    How do Wolf Eels “wolf” down a meal?!

    Wolf Eels are known to hide in the caves and crevices of rocky reefs, it’s the perfect spot to watch out for prey! They’ll stick their heads out to watch for…