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It’s a Rockfish Roundup! Rockfishes are simply...

It’s a Rockfish Roundup!  Rockfishes are simply magnificent—over 72 different species in the genus Sebastes live in the northeast Pacific, with 30+ on display at the Aquarium! They are, in order: China rockfish — Sebastes nebulosus Vermillion rockfish — Sebastes miniatus Canary rockfish — Sebastes pinniger Bocaccio — Sebastes paucispinis Black rockfish — Sebastes melanops Olive roc
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