Sea Otters: More Than Just a Cute Face

Sea otters are extremely cute animals – just look at those button noses and fluffy fur, and you are likely to fall in love. Lauren Hartling, the Vancouver Aquarium’s interpretive specialist for marine mammal...

Wrap-up: Cetacean Research Summer Expeditions

*Note: this summer, we had the fortunate opportunity to share live updates on research being conducted by Vancouver Aquarium’s Cetacean Research Lab, whose team traveled along the coast of British Columbia to g...

Long-term Care Begins for Sea Otter

Another update from the Vancouver Aquarium Marine Mammal Rescue Centre: long-term treatment has begun for yet another rare patient – a sea otter. The adult male sea otter, believed to be over ten years old, was...

Around-the-Clock Care Continues for Theo

After one week at the Vancouver Aquarium Marine Mammal Rescue Centre, Theodore, a young adult, male harbour porpoise, that was rescued off Esquimalt last week, is still pulling hard to survive. Theodore (or ...
Harbour porpoise receives 24-hour care at Vancouver Aquarium Marine Mammal Rescue Centre

Stranded Harbour Porpoise Receives 24-Hour Care

Thanks to a tremendous collaborative team effort, the Vancouver Aquarium Marine Mammal Rescue Centre is rehabilitating a young, adult male, harbour porpoise that was rescued yesterday off the shore of the Songh...