These new tagging techniques will help researchers better appreciate these mysterious "blobs of goo." Learn more on our Conservation & Science blog Hop aboard the MST trolley for a fast, fun and free ride to the Aquarium!
The trolley runs every 10 to 15 minutes with stops in downtown Monterey, Fisherman's Wharf, Cannery Row and the Aquarium.
The tasseled wobbegong shark is tricky to spot—its ornate camouflaged exterior is easily mistaken for a piece of coral.
But if you look closely at the left corner of our underwater viewing area, you’re likely to notice her resting in her favorite spot near the glass.
For Backdoored Thompson has decided to focus on a small residential community in Hong Kong.“In China and the far east people are most likely to set up webcams in their private living space, often installing several in a single room, or moving them around,” she explains.All the images included in the exhibition were taken, tagged and archived by bots.The exhibition, Backdoored, is named after the basic security exploit it makes use of.“The images tend to reflect contemporary anxieties, the things people feel they need to be keeping an eye on,” Thompson tells WIRED.Look into a mysterious, mesmerizing world where life looms large.
You'll see giant tuna power their way through the water, while pelagic rays and green sea turtles swim just inches away.The prey is moved to the mouth-arms and then to the mouth, where it's digested.