With our high-definition webcam, you can spot every detail on the 14 species of sharks, rays, and bony fishes living in our Shark Lagoon.

Protect the Sharks

Tens of millions of sharks are killed each year, solely for their fins. Sharks are the regulators of healthy marine ecosystems. Protecting the population of large, open-ocean sharks keeps the high seas healthy. Read about Sea Stewards, an Academy scientist affiliated, non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness on shark conservation.

Academy scientists and others explain the severity of shark-finning and what is being done to fight back. Watch the video on Wired.com.

Sharks Live for Apple TV

Sharks Live for Apple TV

Switch between two high-definition webcams on our Sharks Live app, now available for download on the new Apple TV.

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Scheduled Feedings

Scheduled Feedings

Meet the biologists of Steinhart Aquarium who care for the sharks and rays and discover some of the facts behind the fiction. Every Tuesday and Thursday at 1:30 pm PT at the Reef Lagoon.

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Who's Eating What During Feedings?

Ever wonder what the animals in the Shark Lagoon eat? Here's a list of their menu options.

  • The sharks eat fresh fish (usually salmon or arctic char), herring, sardines, capelin, and squid
  • The rays eat clam tongue, prawns, squid, white bait, live Manila clams, and capelin
  • The bony fishes eat krill, gel food, and pellets



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Technical Difficulties?

Our live webcams are installed in very wet and salty environments, and with animals that can get rambunctious at times. If you notice anything that doesn’t seem quite right with any of our webcams, please let us know by sending an email to webcams@calacademy.org