We are always trying to come up with new enrichment ideas for the seals, and in fact, this was one of my goals for the year. Yesterday we introduced 10 moonjellies to the harbor seal exhibit, with the hopes that the seals would enjoy something that actively moved throughout the water column.
Most of the seals were resting, so they didn't pay any attention to the jellies at all, but they did attract Chuck's attention.
Check it out!
Marine Mammal Trainers
Bookmark and Share
View all video posts on one page.
- ► 2015 (22)
- ► 2014 (16)
- ► 2013 (37)
- ► 2012 (61)
- ► 2011 (30)
- ► 2010 (21)
- #133: Testing the Waters!
- #132: Safety First
- #131: The Wait Is Almost Over...
- #130: Get Ready For JD!
- #129: Harbor Seal Puzzle
- #128: Smoke Rorschach Test
- #127: What's Black and Grey and Read All Over?
- #126: I'm Ready For My Close-Up!
- #125: Waiting for Baranov ...
- #124: Froggy Wanna Fly?
- #123: How did we get this job?
- #122: Happy Birthday to Trumpet, Cayenne, and Chuc...
- #121: Jellies in the Harbor Seal Exhibit
- #120: Seal of the Week--Chacoda
- #119: Sweet 16-Reggae's Birthday Herring
- #118: Lana Paints a Birthday Card for Smoke
- ▼ June (16)
We train the Aquarium's Atlantic harbor seals and Northern fur seals for enrichment and to build a trusting relationship that allows for regular medical checkups. Read our posts to learn about what's new with the animals and how we train behaviors.
Come see what's happening