The dolphin show. This is not the only photo of the actual dolphins I got, but a lot of the others are just splashes. Digital photography is hard when the animals are so incredibly fast!
The Penguin habitat. You can ride a moving sidewalk and view these guys behind glass. They walk really funny, jump in and out of the water and fight for food. They are pretty cute! There are around 6 different types of penguins in this area.
Beluga Whale. There were several in the tank, but they are so huge that the photos don't look like much! This one was far away.
There were 4 whales in the show, which was neat because I had only ever seen once before. One of them is not in this photo, it was a smaller one which I think was actually a baby last time we had visited.
Feeding the Harbor Seals. The trainer feeds them so that they aren't famished when public feeding starts. (It started just a few minutes after I took this photo.)
Sea Lions. These things are huge and really really fast! All the rest of my photos are just tails and heads.
Flamingos. You can buy food for them from 25 cent machines along the fence. Which is why Mr. Seagull must hang out here! Go away Mr. Seagull! We see enough of you at home!
Moray eel caves. This was the same pool as various types of orange fish and sting rays. The top of the pool is where you can lean over and touch the sting rays. They say it is safe, so they must have de-barbed them or something.
The Seamore and Clyde show. This is a dark photo, but you might be able to make out the sea otter bringing the Seals a Pepsi. :)