Meet the Monk Seals!

March 18, 3:00pm - 4:00pm
2777 Kalakaua Avenue

More sightings of seals around the main Hawaiian Islands have renewed interest in these amazing and endangered animals. Learn about seals in the wild: What do they eat? How deep do they dive while hunting? Do they really have fingernails?

Then move to the monk seal habitat where Aquarium Biologists will introduce you to the resident seals, Maka onaona and Hō‘ailona.

Participants will assist with seal enrichment activities. Designed for participants 6 and up, but anyone interested is invited to attend.

Groups of 15 or less are welcome.

$7/person ($10/person for non-members).


Ticket Information
Pre-registration Required

Event Sponsor
WAQ, Mānoa Campus

More Information
Karen Izumi, 440-9011, reservations@waquarium.org, http://www.waquarium.org

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