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Witness the extraordinary moment a humpback whale was rescued from rope entanglement by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) team! See more stories about humpback whales during the three-night BIG BLUE LIVE special, beginning 8/31 @ 8pm ET & PT on PBS and online at http://pbs.org/bigbluelive. #BigBlueLive
August 28, 2015 at 6:00 pm
For our #BigBlueLive shows next week -- we want your questions! What do you want to know about otters, sea lions or humpback whales? We may answer your question on air!
Tune in for the three-night LIVE event BIG BLUE LIVE, which airs Mon-Wed next week @ 8pm ET & PT on PBS and online at http://pbs.org/bigbluelive. #BigBlueLive
August 28, 2015 at 4:53 pm
For many of us, doing yoga on solid ground can be challenging enough. But what about if you add water? Let WETA's "Not THAT DC" introduce you to the art of FLOYO, a vinyasa-style yoga class performed on standup paddleboards.
For most of us, practicing yoga on solid ground is hard enough. But not so for Jessie Benson and a growing number of FLOYO enthusiasts, who take to the water...
August 28, 2015 at 4:00 pm
Before people came to Monterey Bay to watch fish, they came here to catch them. And they caught a LOT of one fish: the sardine. But when you empty one species out of the ocean, bad things can happen. Learn how one Monterey Bay scientist, with the help of his friend John Steinbeck, changed how we view our relationship with nature and helped give birth to the field of ecology.
Be sure to watch #BigBlueLive on PBS starting Monday, Aug. 31 at 8p ET & 8p PT.
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August 28, 2015 at 3:00 pm
Sharks and sting rays have a 6th sense that may shock you (From KQED and PBS Digital Studios)
When it comes to spotting prey, sharks and rays have a secret sense beyond sight and smell. Tiny goo-filled organs called Ampullae of Lorenzini detect the in...
August 28, 2015 at 9:59 am
Available online for a limited time, Independent Lens | PBS presents “Little White Lie,” a personal documentary about the legacy of family secrets, denial, and the power of telling the truth.
Watch this film through September 16.
August 28, 2015 at 4:46 am
Smart cane may help visually impaired navigate more terrain (From PBS NewsHour)
A high-tech upgrade to the traditional white cane may help blind and visually impaired people be more confident about navigating the world independently. The NewsHour's April Brown reports from France.
August 28, 2015 at 2:00 am
Sadness and joy, anger and love can co-exist and are all part of the collection of emotions children experience. When we help children understand their feelings, they are better equipped to manage them effectively. Here's how: (From PBS Parents)
You are your child’s guide in sharing the joys and coping with the challenges. Show your child that a full, rich life means experiencing both the ups and the downs.
August 28, 2015 at 12:00 am
White shark attacks on sea otters are on the rise around Monterey Bay (our home for next week's live broadcasts of BIG BLUE LIVE).
Learn about the fate of one particular otter in this video from our friends at BBC Big Blue Live.
Tune in for the three-night LIVE event BIG BLUE LIVE, which premieres 8/31-9/2 @ 8pm ET & PT on PBS and online at http://pbs.org/bigbluelive. #BigBlueLive
Do you have questions about otters for our experts here at the Aquarium? BREAKING: Sea otter rescued after white shark bite. Dr Mike Murray at Monterey Bay Aquarium tended to the rescued otter and we're pleased to report that she's bouncing back, and she'll be ready to go back to the wild imminently. White shark attacks on sea otters are on the rise around Monterey Bay. Keep your fingers crossed for Bixby and her pup... for more information we'll be back live with the sea otters this Thursday, 8pm BBC One
August 27, 2015 at 10:00 pm
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