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Vancouver Aquarium

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Marine Mammal Rescue

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For The Baby Whale

Marine Mammal Rescue Centre staff racing to save a juvenile false killer whale rescued near Tofino. 

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Research

Groundbreaking Beluga Research

Beluga mothers and calves depend on clicks, squeals and whistles to survive in Canada’s Arctic.

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

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at 5:45 p.m. 

  • What’s the Next Great Members’ Program?
    As our members know, a visit to the Vancouver Aquarium is a great way to learn about aquatic life, spend time with family or friends and view our beautiful, world-class...
  • Featured Animal: Pig-Nosed Turtle
    It’s a pig, it’s a turtle – it’s a pig-nosed turtle! Meet one of the newest marine animal additions to the Vancouver Aquarium. Located in the New...
  • Giant Squid Really are Giant
    Picture a creature taller than a four story house. How is it possible that something so large was never observed in its natural habitat until 2012? Could it be that they are...
  • Sixgill Sharks Appear in Howe Sound
    On July 30, Howe Sound Research Program coordinator Jessica Schultz was underwater conducting a transect to assess the ecological impacts of sea star wasting syndrome when,...
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The Big Reveal

The Big Reveal

Come celebrate the biggest expansion in our history!
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Did You Know?

Did You Know?

Up to 40 per cent of a beluga’s body is blubber.
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