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Welcome to feeding time in the Kelp Forest exhibit. Our...

Welcome to feeding time in the Kelp Forest exhibit. Our resident leopard sharks, giant sea bass and the rest of the kelp forest community dine on sustainable, restaurant-quality seafood—and don’t even need to make a reservation! You can eat ocean-friendly too! Download the Seafood Watch app to get the latest recommendations for sustainable seafood and find businesses that serve sustainable seafood.
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