Thursday, November 7, 2019
Scuba Claus to Return to the Greater Cleveland Aquarium
By Jeff Niesel
on Thu, Nov 7, 2019 at 1:47 PM
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“Scuba Claus drops by at the end of every year to visit sharks, stingrays and other aquatic friends on his ‘nice’ list,” says aquarium GM Stephanie White in a press release. “You can talk to Scuba Claus while he’s in one of the exhibits and ask a question about diving, suggest an item you think would make a great gift for an angelfish, sea star or octopus, or just share your special wish for the holidays.”
Guests can also takes photos with Scuba Claus.
The aquarium will also feature craft animal-themed snowflakes and a cold weather trivia challenge for a chance to win an aquarium experience prize package valued at $200. In addition, he animal care team will present holiday- and cold-weather-themed feeding enrichment activities such as giving fish melting icicle treats to giving birds fruit ornaments.
Children visiting on Scuba Claus appearance days also receive an original holiday mini activity book and a Scuba Claus temporary tattoo while supplies last.
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The Greater Cleveland Aquarium has just announced that its annual Scuba Claus event will return on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from Nov. 29 through Dec. 22 and on Monday, Dec. 23 and Tuesday, Dec. 24. Check the
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