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NEW FEMALE SEAHORSES!

Two adult female sea horses were donated by the Monterey Bay Aquarium.
These Hippocampus erectus are commonly known as Lined Seahorses.
Commonly found in sub-tropical to full tropical zones of the world in the Southern Atlantic and near Hawaii.
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NEW KELP FOREST MURAL!

The Aquarium is proud to announce the completion of our brand new mural that has been painted by muralist, Colleen Gnos. The new mural is being placed where our NOAA Weather Station Kiosk. Many might remember how there used to be wallpaper of a giant swell crashing towards you on this same wall. This new mural is of a kelp forest and the various creatures that inhabit that kind of ecosystem.
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Teacher At Sea - Mrs. Poquette went on a trip that she was chosen to experience from a select group of individuals in October 2007. This trip has broadened her knowledge for ROV's (Remotley Operated Vehicles) for which she teaches in a class at Cabrillo High School Called Advanced Integrated Science. For more information click here.

November 29th & 30th, 2007 - The 4th annual Cabrillo High School R.O.V competition will be held at the Cabrillo High School pool on the 29th (Thursday) and 30th (Friday) of November, 2007 and it is open to the parents and family of the competitors only. Hope to see you there. For more information click here.

Moon Jelly Strobilation Display - Come see our new Jelly Strobilation display at the Cabrillo High School Aquarium. You can see actual sea jellies go through their life cycle! Read More...

June 1st, 2007 - Cabrillo High School was selected as a distinguished school by the California Department of Education based on student test scores, curriculum, instructional programs and school climate. Read More...