Post Profile






Gooey invertebrates beware! Leopard sharks prowl the coast to...

Gooey invertebrates beware! Leopard sharks prowl the coast to slurp up clams, worms and other slimy seafloor fare! You can watch these proud predators pounce on their preferred prepared prey on our Kelp Forest Cam!
read more

share

Related Posts


Ever served lunch underwater? Our volunteer divers do every day!...

Biology / Marine Biology : Monterey Bay Aquarium

Ever served lunch underwater? Our volunteer divers do every day! Watch the Kelp Forest feeding show with our web cam at 11:30 a.m. and 4 p.m.  Watch our Kelp Cam live!

What’s like INSIDE our Kelp Forest exhibit? Staffer Patrick...

Biology / Marine Biology : Monterey Bay Aquarium

What’s like INSIDE our Kelp Forest exhibit? Staffer Patrick Webster gives us a look in this cool clip taken while window cleaning. Twice a day you can tune in live to our Kelp Forest feeding program and watch divers hand-feed sharks...

Self-defense tips from the swell sharkKelp forests supply a...

Biology / Marine Biology : Monterey Bay Aquarium

Self-defense tips from the swell shark Kelp forests supply a bounty of food, but the swell shark knows how to stay off the menu. When a predator attacks, his small, polka-dotted shark wedges itself in a rock crevice and sucks water ...

It’s easy to make friends in the Kelp Forest. Just bring food!...

Biology / Marine Biology : Monterey Bay Aquarium

It’s easy to make friends in the Kelp Forest. Just bring food! Watch our volunteer diversring the dinner bell every day on our live cam, at 11:30 am and 4 pm!  Check out our Kelp Cam!

Who lives in the kelp forest? From shimmering leopard sharks to...

Biology / Marine Biology : Monterey Bay Aquarium

Who lives in the kelp forest? From shimmering leopard sharks to lumbering giant sea bass, fish of all shapes and sizes rely on this towering ecosystem for food and shelter. Watch our live Kelp Forest exhibit cam

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC