Remembering Jack

Every animal rehabilitated at the Vancouver Aquarium Marine Mammal Rescue Centre holds a special place in the hearts of the Rescue Centre team, Vancouver Aquarium veterinary staff, employees, volunteers, member...

Pokémon Go: A Love for All Animals

The Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre is home to over 50,000 aquatic creatures and growing — Pokémon Go has thrown some new cool critters in the mix. Most of you bitten by the Pokémania bug have already ...

Hey Jude, Don’t Be Afraid

It’s hard to tell a seal pup to not be afraid when he’s suffering from facial wounds likely inflicted by another animal and is lying on the beach emaciated. But, in the expert hands of the Vancouver Aquarium’s ...

On Assignment: High Maintenance Pupas

Dolf DeJong is the vice president of conservation and education at the Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre. He is currently on assignment at the Oceanografic Aquarium in Valencia, Spain, supporting the sta...

Even Adorable Seal Pups Can Bite

Seal pupping season is in full swing and the Vancouver Aquarium’s Marine Mammal Rescue Centre already has seven seal pup patients in their care. Community involvement plays an important role in seal pup rescues...