Monterey Bay is a bay of the Pacific Ocean, on the coast of California, south of San Francisco, between the cities of Santa Cruz and Monterey. The roughly semicircular bay is ringed by a segment of State Route 1.Monterey Bay is home to many species of marine mammals, including sea otters, harbor seals, and bottlenose dolphins; as well as being on the migratory path of Gray and Humpback Whales and a breeding site for elephant seals. Many species of fish, sharks, mollusks such as abalone and squid, birds, and sea turtles also live in the bay. Several varieties of kelp grow in the bay, some becoming as tall as trees, forming what is known as a kelp forest.
The Monterey Canyon, one of the largest underwater canyons in the world, begins off the coast of Moss Landing, exactly in the center of Monterey Bay.In 1992 the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary was created, protecting over 4,000 square nautical miles (14,000 km?) of the bay and the surrounding ocean.
How Did the Governemnt Shut Down Effect Monterey Bay Aquarium?
Monterey Bay Aquarium brings good news for federal employees who will be given free admission until the shutdown ends in the U.S. the admission is being offered for entire seven days for the 800,000 laid off and the rest of the civilian and military workers still working. Thousands of families in Monterey County are suffering because their major source of earning has been cut off. The aquarium bay has taken an initiative to make things better for those families and employees to make up for their loss as much as possible. Each federal employee will get one free admission by showing their Government ID issued to them by the U.S government.
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