When swell sharks feel threatened, they grab their tail by the mouth and form a "U" shape, then they inflate their stomachs by swallowing water and swell their bodies up to double the size like a big balloon, hence their common name swell shark.
The Pacific seahorse reverses traditional birthing roles. During reproduction, the female seahorse transfers about 3,000 eggs into the males brood pouch where they are fertilized and incubated for about 12...
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Location & Hours
3720 Stephen M. White Dr. San Pedro, CA 90731 310-548-2031
Tuesday-Sunday: 10:30 am – 5:15 pm*
Closed Mondays, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas
*Open late on Grunion Run evenings beginning April 2019