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Monterey Bay Aquarium Apologizes For Referring To Otter As 'Thicc'
The aquarium apologized for using slang terms for a black woman's body in a sea otter meme.
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Hundreds Of Dolphins Dash Past California Coast In Magical Video Of 'Superpod'
Seeing this many dolphins move together is mesmerizing.
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Sea Turtles Use Their Flippers Like Clunky, Adorable Arms To Obtain Food, Study Finds
Scientists observed turtles using flippers for digging, rolling stuff and swiping at prey.
In Monterey, The Action's On The Water -- If You Can Get There
Author, How to Be the World's Smartest Traveler (and Save Time...
For days, the Humpback whales had been taunting us from the bay as if they knew what we wanted. Every now and then they'd
The Ultimate 'Big Little Lies' Travel Guide
What your girl crush reads online
DEL MONTE BEACH Most of Jane’s flashback-ridden runs take place down this tucked-away beach that’s part of Monterey State
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Wild Otter Swims Into Aquarium's Tide Pool, Gives Birth To Adorable Pup
One otter enters, two otters leave.
Adorable Otter Pup Takes A Break To Learn How To Otter
This little guy seems to be learning pretty quickly how to otter. Take a look at the video above, and follow along with the
'Unprecedented' Turnaround For Nearly Two Dozen Fish Species Now Deemed Sustainable
By Reuters, Reuters
The group attributed the region's revitalization to government-imposed fishing quotas, the creation of marine protected areas
Adorable 'Saving Otter 501' GIFs Just Ruined Our Entire Afternoon
The GIFs were taken from a scene in "Saving Otter 501," premiering Wednesday, which offers a behind-the-scenes look at the
Horned Puffin At The Monterey Bay Aquarium Can't Get Enough Of This Little Girl
Either this puffin is new to the tank and hasn't learned to ignore the hoards of viewers, or there's something really intriguing
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Cute, Clever, Connected:
Movie is Redefining "Revolutionary"
Lawyer, Ocean Advocate, Environmentalist
Cute, clever and connected:
is the latest film from Mark Shelley, executive producer/director of photography; Bob Talbot, director and Sea Studios Foundation.
Travelistas Take On Deep Dish Pizza and Step Dancing In Chicago
Dance classes came next on Teri and Andrea's full plate. Cynthia Shanks and Stan Bailey taught them step dancing, "a smooth
Top 8 "Wild" Bay Area Adventures
Get out of town, Car Optional
Sometimes the Discovery Channel just isn't enough. Sometimes you just want to go wild. Whether you're hankering to hang with massive elephant seals or ride a horse, you'll find it all and more in our picks for the best "wild" bay area adventures.
Otter 501: More Than the Cutest Thing Ever
I'm a writer based in LA
When I showed my daughters the trailer for the film
I knew exactly what I was going to hear. I call it the
First Surrogate Otter Mom Dies
Staff at California's Monterey Bay Aquarium are mourning the most remarkable sea otter they have ever encountered. Toola
Monterey Bay Aquarium's Great White Shark Dies A Week After Release
Up to 70 million sharks are killed each year by fishermen, according to University of Florida's International Shark Attack
Why Is One Aquarium Allowed To Dump Millions Of Gallons Of Waste A Day?
In the Kitchen With Food Writer and Cookbook Author Kristine Kidd
"The first or top recommendation I have is visit a local farmers market. It's a joyful experience to buy direct from farmers and it's a sensual experience. You can experience and smell aromas, colors and flavors, and the food is so fresh it doesn't need much help."
Farmed Salmon Threaten Wild Stocks With Deadly Sea Lice
Cooking for Solutions at the Monterey Bay Aquarium, Part 2--with the Chefs!
CEO and Chairman of Rodale, Inc. and book author
Beautiful jellyfish at the aquarium. How is that OK? How is that "conventional?" It's not. And if it takes celebrity chefs
It's Time to Save Sharks
Executive Director of the Monterey Bay Aquarium
We've demonized sharks for far too long. Now the tide is turning, and when it does, sharks won't be the only winners.
to Oceans: Ted Danson's Role as Conservationist
President & CEO, The Nature Conservancy
We need to do a better job at making nature relevant to everyone, demonstrating that taking much better care of lands and water is not a luxury but a necessity. Ted's book goes a long way in doing that.
Communing With The Penguins In Patagonia And California
Columnist, Taking the Kids
It may be chilly and drizzly, but the penguin families are out for a day at the beach -- literally. It's New Year's Eve in 2009. We're in Patagonia, Chile, at the bottom of the hemisphere.
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