Another EGGciting EGGstravaganza

This April at EGGstravaganza, we celebrated the arrival of spring and the changes it brings! During these three days of science fun, over 300 guests explored the mysterious lives of plankton, over 400 got egg-spired by the diversity of marine eggs and learned how to protect beaches by hatching grunion, and over 700 participated in our “underwater egg hunt”! We’re so glad that guests of all ages connected to the planet through their curiosity in engaging ways!

Here are some photos from this year’s EGGstravaganza! Happy Spring and see you next year!

Young guests build and test their own plankton while learning about algal blooms during the spring time.


The ocean is full of diverse eggs! Guests explore different kinds of eggs from sharks to sea slugs!


Guests were able to hatch baby grunion and learn more about protecting local species and ecosystems.

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Scripps Institution of Oceanography UC San Diego