G3188 - All pictures in this album were taken by Geri
G3189 - The rocky shore in Pacific Grove
G3190 - The rocky, bird infested shore in Pacific Grove
G3215 - Sails in the sunset on Monterey Bay
G3236 - Monterey's Municipal Wharf from Fisherman's Wharf
G3257 - A Monterey Bay Aquarium sea otter is headed for the surface
G3266 - Jellies have no bones, brains, teeth, blood or fins and they are more than 95 percent water yet they survive in large numbers. Why does this description remind me of some of our politicians?
G3280 - Seahorse
G3288 - Leafy sea dragons live off the coast of south and western Australia
G3298 - Seahorse
G3304 - The aquarium has a large exhibit of jellies, most of which were raised at the aquarium
G3205 - Green sea turtles share an exhibit with the magellanic penquins
G3307 - Magellanic penquins
G3330 - A diver is feeding the fish in the big tank
G3331 - The man silhouetted at the bottom of the picture is explaining the activity to the onlookers. The diver can also talk to the crowd. During this dive he said the temperature of the water was about 52ºF.
G3335 - The sharks eat from the diver's hand to insure that the smaller, faster fish do not get all of the food.
G3360 - Black-necked stilt
G3365 - The phalaropes forage by quickly spinning in shallow water to create a vortex, churning up tiny invertibrates.
G3379 - This avocet and all the other birds in this exhibit have been rescued. They are not able to survive in the wild on their own.
G3390 - Squirrels abound all along the rocky shore of the Monterey Bay. They make a fine living by begging food from visitors. Some are as objese as the visitors who feed them.
G4009 - Point Pinos in Pacific Grove
G4040 - Carmel
G4055 - Point Pinos in Pacific Grove
G4061 - Point Pinos in Pacific Grove
G4066 - Point Pinos, Pacific Grove
G4084 - Point Lobos
G4104 - Pont Lobos
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