Lorikeet Forest<br />There are 53 species of lorikeets and about 32 sub-species of the Rainbow Lorikeet. At least 13 lorikeet species are considered endangered or vulnerable to extinction. <br />Sea Otter Habitat <br />California’s small sea otter population has a few natural predators, such as great white sharks and killer whales, but human activity is a great threat to these animals.<br />
Northern Pacific Gallery<br />Home to the Adorable Otter and the Mysterious Giant Pacific Octopus<br />Gulf of California<br />The Gulf of California is one of the world’s most biologically productive and diverse seas<br />
Friday pizza sales<br />$30.00 per student<br />
Predator, Prey, and Pajamas! <br />Discover some extraordinary inhabitants of the deep with their highly developed senses, amazing adaptations and fascinating ways of tracking down their next meal. <br />Students Will:<br /><ul><li>Learn about a variety of ocean animals and try on critter costumes.
Touch animal artifacts and participate in Discovery Chats.
Watch a 3-D Movie in our Honda Theater. </li></li></ul><li>
What to Bring:<br />pillow<br />Sleeping bag<br />Sweat pants/shirt to sleep in<br />camera<br />Ground pad (optional)<br />Personal toiletries<br />
Students will need to <br />carry their <br />own belongings up <br />the stairs<br />DO NOT OVER-PACK!<br />One small overnight bag with one change of clothes is all you need.<br />
Money for gift shop is optional.<br />All students will receive a Long Beach Marine Aquarium T-shirt<br />
What NOT to bring:<br />NO CELL PHONES<br />NO FLASHLIGHTS<br />NO FISHING EQUIPMENT<br />NO FOOS OTHER THAN WATER<br />
Aquarium staff are first aid/CPR trained<br />There is 24- hour security<br />Medications can be refrigerated<br />
Thursday, June 2nd<br />Students are expected to attend all classes today<br />Depart Nestle approx 3:00 pm<br />Friday, June 3rd<br />Depart Aquarium approx. 7:30 am <br />Students are expected to attend classes after our <br />return to Nestle.<br />