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Tuesday August 15th, 2017 - 11:59 am

Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute added 2 new photos.

Thank you so much to Los Angeles Rod and Reel Club (LARRC) and Marina Del Rey Anglers Fishing Club for their generous support of our halibut research! The two clubs made gifts to match an anonymous donor’s support to total $50,000!

The gifts will provide seawater recirculating systems vital to our halibut brood stock’s health. We’re so grateful to the groups for their foresight and help to conserve and renew fish populations for a healthier planet in the future.
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Monday August 14th, 2017 - 3:50 pm

Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute shared their event.

Do you have your tickets yet? 🎟️ Get yours now to see Blaise Guld at our last Conservation Concert of the summer! Tickets include a drink, appetizers, Blaise's amazing music, HSWRI's cutting-edge science, and a view of Mission Bay that can't be missed.

$35 online, $40 at the door - bit.ly/1ML21Zy
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Friday August 11th, 2017 - 3:45 pm

Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute shared their event.

Get your tickets today! Blaise Guld is performing at our final Conservation Concert of the summer on August 24th! You can enjoy great music and support vital research with your ticket purchase of $35! 🎸🐳 bit.ly/1ML21Zy
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Thursday August 10th, 2017 - 2:07 pm

Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute feeling lazy at Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute.

It's #NationalLazyDay!! Don't be too lazy today, instead support our oceans and get your "Discover Florida Oceans" license plate now! Find them at your local tax collectors office or on our website.
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Friday August 4th, 2017 - 6:46 pm

🎶 Oooh, (Mexican) barracuda!🎶 This week our Research Scientist Mike Shane caught a Mexican barracuda, a fish that he hasn't seen in southern California in almost 20 years!

During the 1997-98 El Niño event, Mike caught four of these barracuda during field work. It was the first time this species was recorded in US waters and represented a territory expansion of more than 1,000 km. With recent tropical storms in the eastern Pacific and warming ocean waters, it looks like the fish are making the trip again!
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