Experience a beak-to-nose encounter with our Humboldt penguins. Watch them waddle around, learn more about these fascinating Peruvian birds, and enjoy hands-on interaction!
Rescued: May 30, 1990
Why: Injured right front flipper, parasites and a skin infection
Della is blind from cataracts, she works with her trainers using verbal and tactile cues.
Rescued: March 25, 2016
Where: Long Island
Why: Blind from bi-lateral cataracts
Medusa loves playing under the waterfall in Rescue Harbor!
Rescued: October 14, 1980
Why: Abandoned pup
In 1987, Sandy became the first seal ever to receive successful cataract removal surgery.
Rescued: November 22, 2009
Why: Severe middle ear infection
Zoey gave birth to Zara on July 13, 2017, the first pup born at the Aquarium in 30 years!
Rescued: April 6, 2017
Why: Dehydrated and malnourished
Lumiere has abnormal eating behaviors; he has difficulty swallowing fish.
Rescued: April 9, 2017
Where: New Jersey
Why: Struck by a boat that severed his hind flipper
Stryker’s injury was so severe that his hind flipper had to be amputated.
California Sea Lions
Rescued: September 9, 2009 (final rescue)
Why: Approaching humans for food
Kiah was rescued and released three times before she was deemed non-releasable.
Rescued: June 17, 2014
Why: Severely malnourished, suffering from pneumonia and seizures
Mia is a very laid back sea lion!
Born: June 24, 2014
Where: Marine Mammal Care Center Los Angeles
Isabel is our smallest sea lion and very energetic, she is also Mia’s daughter!
Born: July 6, 2012
Where: SeaWorld San Antonio
Copper is our largest sea lion and loves to interact with people in the windows!