Icy krill and fish puree was on the menu as the WildlifeConservation Society’s (WCS) New York Aquarium celebrated theanniversary of the arrival of Tazo-a northern sea otter that wasabout three-weeks old when he was stranded and separated from hismother following a storm in Alaska last year.
Tazo was rescued and received treatment in Alaska before beingmoved to his new home in Brooklyn. Now that a year has gone by,Aquarium members celebrated on July 29 with an otter-appropriateparty.
And, that’s not all. Looking ahead, for the many animals likeTazo and those that have suffered from the effects of climatechange and other environmental plagues, the WCS is hosting thefirst-ever Run for the Wild in Brooklyn on Sunday, Oct. 9, to helpcombat this issue and benefit other sea life.
To register for the run or get more information, visit wcsrunforthewild.org/nyaquarium.