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Discover the natural wonders of marine life at Aquarium of the Bay. Dive deep into the Bay without getting wet to see octopuses, sharks, jellyfish and more. There are 3 main habitats in the Aquarium.
- Discover The Bay has 8 exhibits with over 1,000 aquatic animals. You’ll see the California State Marine Fish – the bright orange Garibaldi. There are schools of anchovies, moray eels, baby perch, newly hatched skates and many more.
- Under The Bay – There are 2 tunnels with giant Pacific octopuses, eight foot gill sharks, leopard shark, giant sea bass and more.
- Touch The Bay – This gives you the opportunity to touch sharks, sea cucumbers, bay rays, sea stars and more.
There’s an interactive lab where you can learn how climate affects the Bay’s animals in the water and on land. Watch the engaging river otters wrestle, romp and tumble around in waterfalls, pools and on climbing logs.
Book this through Reserve San Francisco and save $7 on each ticket.