This week’s broadcast of Eye on Travel comes from the new Pacific Visions at the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, California. We’ll have another update on the investigation into the crashes of the Boeing 737 Max jets, along with a pre-July 4th report on the real history of the Statue of Liberty that is almost guaranteed to surprise you. Jerry Schubel, President and CEO of the Aquarium of the Pacific, discusses why California — the state with the largest ocean coastline and agricultural economy — should be on the forefront of climate change action and water conservation. Sandy Trautwein, Vice President of Animal Husbandry at the aquarium, reports on what it takes to care of the the more than 10,000 animals in the aquarium’s living connection. And Tim Grobaty, from the Long Beach Post with a surprising report on all the movies filmed in Long Beach and why Babe Ruth was once arrested there. There’s all this and more as Eye on Travel comes from the new Pacific Visions at the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, California.
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