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Wally was blinded by a shotgun blast to the face in 2013. Saved by our Marine Mammal Rescue team, the Aquarium is now home. 

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Vancouver Aquarium AquaVan

Our hands-on AquaVan programs are designed to inspire the stewardship of all aquatic habitats and encourage the discovery of connections between animals, environments and ourselves.

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Our 1,500+ staff and volunteers are deeply committed to protecting our oceans.

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Chinook salmon travel over 16,000 kilometres to spawn.
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