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March 18, 2011

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Louis

I love marine life.

SDC

coastal ecosystem rock! i like the concept and there perfectness in serving. Very valuable post! thanks for sharing.

RD

They are adoreable. What would the ocean be without them. Let's hope they can survive!

Barramundi fishing

Great post! Sustainability and clean food need to be key qualifiers in our food selection. Those actually are two big reasons for the profitability of freshwater shrimp farming.

Ken Peterson

Thank you so much for writing. I'll be sure to forward your comments to the many folks you single out for praise in your message.

lucile myers

I had the most fortunate experience of being able to visit your aquarium fourteen years ago when my husband and i came to the USA for his work. It made and has continued to make an indelible impression on me. I adored the sea otters, jellyfish tank and stingrays, and today as an early childhood educator i am introducing the children to the delights of Monterey Bay Aquarium, its stingrays and sea otters and to the concept of conservation and the wonderful work you do in this area. Last week the children made their own version of your otter pen and giant fish tank which is displayed in the preschool. Please keep up the good and invaluable work that you do.I would like to join seanotes again like when i was at university but do not know how to access it now. perhaps this note will reach the right person and with my details allow me to be a member once again.
best Regards, l. myers (New south Wales, Australia)

DJ

I love sea otters. They're so darn cute. This research is simply amazing. Who would of thought a sea otter's whisker could tell you so much about our ecosystem.

DJ

Jane

What happened to the Santa Cruz Wharf area seals after the 3/11 tsunami? Saw none 3/13.

Bikefilms

Sea otters are the canary in the coal mine. And they're not doing well.

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