Images: Corals, Anemones, Bay Habitat Exhibits in Monterey Bay Aquarium, California

Wikipedia

Monterey Bay Aquarium is a nonprofit public aquarium in Monterey, California. Known for its regional focus on the marine habitats of Monterey Bay, it was the first to exhibit a living kelp forest when it opened in October 1984. Its biologists have pioneered the animal husbandry of jellyfish and it was the first to successfully care for and display a great white shark. The organization’s research and conservation efforts also focus on sea otters, various birds, and tunas. Seafood Watch, a sustainable seafood advisory list published by the aquarium beginning in 1999, has influenced the discussion surrounding sustainable seafood.

Below are photos of some corals, anemones, sea pen, and bay habitat exhibit in Monterey Bay Aquarium.

Source:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monterey_Bay_Aquarium


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