Aquarium of the Bay offers a lens on ocean health for 25 years

SAN FRANCISCO – This San Francisco destination is swimming with the beauty and diversity of Northern California’s aquatic species.

Aquarium of the Bay is home to over 20,000 species of marine animals including sharks, rays, jellyfish, river otters, etc. This year, the Aquarium celebrates its 25th anniversary!

“Aquariums are more than just a place where we protect marine biodiversity. They are a lens for the health of the ocean,” said George Jacob, President & CEO of Aquarium of the Bay.

Aquarium of the Bay programs bring awareness to change and promote sustainable practices. The nonprofit works to conserve and protect fragile ecosystems from the Sierra to the Sea.

Jacob explains: “It is important for visitors to remember that without clean oceans, our planet would still exist in parallel.

“We want our visitors to walk to understand the complexities of the oceans, understand our interdependence on the oceans, understand what it means to protect the oceans, and also realize the costs of maintaining our oceans. inaction.”

The Bay Aquarium is a branch of the Smithsonian, accredited by the Association of Zoos & Aquariums, and certified as a Green Business by the city of San Francisco. For more information about the Aquarium, visit here. Aquarium of the Bay offers a lens on ocean health for 25 years

Dais Johnston

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