Bonneville Seabase is home to an abundant amount of marine life. From the tiny mollies to the 50-pound grouper, from the paper thin Lookdown Jacks to the stodge mullet, Seabase has fish of all shapes and sizes. During your exploring you can find a variety of Angel fish, Groupers, Grunts, Tangs, and Rabbit fish, butterfly fish, mullet, pork fish, monos, bannerfish,tiny bamboo sharks, hawkfish, snappers, spots, shrimp, tunicates and much more. Come out to Seabase and find out why so many people enjoy exploring the underwater realm.
RIP, nurse sharks
We are sad to announce the death of our beautiful large
old nurse sharks. They lived longer than predicted, but we
will miss them. They were very instrumental in showing people who love the water, that sharks are not terrible creatures, and hopefully helped everyone who met them to
want to protect sharks instead of hurting them -
The angelfish and groupers, porkfish, butterfly fish, and others
are all doing very well.
As sorry as we are to be without sharks at Seabase, it might
turn into an opportunity to see our little slower and colorful
fish thrive. As we evolve, please visit and see what is