Animal Care specialists are putting fish, squid, krill and other food items into the water. J.J. is learning to scoop food off the bottom the way an adult gray whale eats. Floating pieces of food make the water look cloudy. Sophisticated water-filtering systems continually clean the water.
Scientists from the Hubbs-Sea World Research Institute are recording J.J.'s behavior on video. Close focusing magnifies the small food particles and can make the image fuzzy. If you have trouble seeing J.J., check back later in the day.
J.J. watchers can now access video archives (previous recordings) on the CamZone home page at www.camzone.com
We are learning new things about J.J. -- and live cameras -- every day. Sea World is proud to share these images of J.J. to computer users. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we also learn how to best bring this to you. If you have questions or comments about J.J. or the camera, please email us at shamu@SeaWorld.org
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