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  • In separate incidents, the world's only great white shark on display attacks two soupfin sharks at the Monterey Bay Aquarium. Both of the soupfins died of their wounds. Hear Randy Kochevar, a biologist with the Monterey Bay Aquarium.
  • The Monterey Bay Aquarium in northern California has the first ever Great White shark exhibit. Rebecca Roberts reports looks at efforts to study the shark and keep it on display.
  • A four-inch long killer shrimp has been destroying prized sea snails, barnacles and hermit crabs at the Monterey Bay Aquarium. Linda talks to Senior Aquarist David Cripe about the vicious shrimp that invaded a 13-hundred gallon tank at the aquarium.
  • Industry groups are suing the Monterey Bay Aquarium for defamation, arguing that their prized catch shouldn't be on a "red list" published by Seafood Watch, a conservation program it operates.
  • California is rich in big aquariums attached to accredited research institutions like Scripps in San Diego County or the Monterey Bay Aquarium up north. But, they're not the only places to learn about the sea. Piers along Santa Monica Bay are also home to smaller aquaria that local organizations operate.
  • Nineteen aquariums — including three in California — have partnered to create the Aquarium Conservation Partnership (ACP) to address plastic pollution in oceans and freshwater sources.
  • L.A. City Council votes to crack down on unlicensed cannabis shops, voting centers come to Orange County, will the Angels fly to Long Beach?
  • Giant gyres of plastic in the ocean grab headlines, but it's the tiny bits of plastic that scare scientists. And they've made their way everywhere, a new study finds — including in our seafood.
  • Scientists in Monterey Bay, Calif., found a seldom-seen species of dragonfish swimming nearly 1,000 feet below the ocean's surface.
  • Federal officials break up a smuggling ring in California that pulled thousands of baby leopard sharks out of the San Francisco Bay. The man accused of running the ring is a church pastor.
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