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Oregon Coast Aquarium
2 hours 50 minutes ago. Facebook
Thanks to its basal disc, not even the motion of the ocean can dislodge a sea anemone. The basal disc adheres firmly to rocks and other surfaces via suction, but it’s not a permanent arrangement: The anemone can loosen its hold and relocate if desired.
Oregon Coast Aquarium
12/03/2016 at 16:54. Facebook
Santa's here! Tonight is the last night to get into Sea of Lights for just $2 with 2 cans of food for Food Share of Lincoln County! If you can't make it, don't worry: Sea of Lights will continue each Fri. & Sat. night through December except Xmas weekend: [ Aquarium.org Link ]
Oregon Coast Aquarium
12/02/2016 at 16:32. Facebook
When that #FridayFeeling tries to squirm away, carpe diem! (Seizing the fish works, too, even if it isn't carp.)
Oregon Coast Aquarium
12/01/2016 at 16:00. Facebook
What’s flat, has five-fold radial symmetry and feeds by waving its thousands of tube feet and hair-like cilia to capture drifting morsels? Get the answer (and more info) here: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Oregon Coast Aquarium
11/30/2016 at 20:52. Facebook
Oregon Coast Aquarium
11/30/2016 at 20:52. Facebook
Oregon Coast Aquarium
11/30/2016 at 17:20. Facebook
Turkey Vultures have been known to home in on the sulfur-scented chemical added to natural gas, alerting humans to possible leaks. Learn more about these “canaries of the pipeline”: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Oregon Coast Aquarium
11/29/2016 at 23:30. Facebook
Fellow Oregonians, consider taking part in #GivingTuesday and buy a sea otter's lunch today: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Oregon Coast Aquarium
11/29/2016 at 14:30. Facebook
Please consider supporting us on #GivingTuesday. As a donor, you play an active and crucial role in helping us with our mission to create unique and engaging experiences that connect you to the Oregon coast and inspire ocean conservation. [ Bit.ly Link ] #OregoniansGive
Oregon Coast Aquarium
11/29/2016 at 02:00. Facebook
One more thing to be thankful for this holiday season: collaborative rehabilitation efforts. With help from our aviculturists and Chintimini Wildlife Center, this Barred Owl was successfully rehabilitated and released over the weekend. More on our program here: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Oregon Coast Aquarium
11/28/2016 at 17:06. Facebook
Think raking up all those fallen leaves is a chore? Try picking them up one by one with your beak!
Catalina the California sea lion can only see out of one eye, but she’s just as agile as the other pinnipeds at the Aquarium. Get her full story here: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Look how much our Tufted puffling has grown! Hatched earlier this year, this juvenile is nearly the size of an adult now. ICYMI: Learn how seabirds keep the feet warm in chilly waters: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Sudden-onset food coma, anyone? At the risk of courting gluttony, let us take a page from the sea otter's playbook: Eat, groom, sleep, repeat.
'Tis the season for some (hopefully) good-natured squabbling with friends and family around the dinner table! Remember to have murre-cy, folks. It's a time for giving thanks, after all.
One reason to be thankful for turkey vultures: In the wild, they eat bacteria-rich carrion, which can help reduce the spread of disease. Their Latin name, Cathartes aura, actually translates to “golden purifier”. How fitting! Learn more here: [ Bit.ly Link ]
To keep our crabs at their crabbiest (that is, feeling as much like themselves as possible), we conduct semiannual health checkups. Learn how our aquarists care for the six juvenile Japanese spider crabs on exhibit here: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Otter pro-tip: When your frozen seafood cake starts to melt, double down and eat faster. Wastage is not an option. #mondaymotivation