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We popped into the freezer where they store the food -- we had a new experience of FREEZING! Zero degrees is COLD!

Ocean Film Festival

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The SLz SeaLz team and Green Academy took a trip together to San Francisco to view the San Francisco Ocean Film Festival.

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In a behind the scenes tour, students got to view the tanks from above.

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There's lots to see at the SF piers.

 

Ocean Film Festival

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"The San Francisco Ocean Film Festival is a volunteer-driven 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to using film to increase public understanding of the environmental, social and cultural importance of marine ecosystems and foster a spirit of ocean stewardship. SFOFF is now the premier venue in North America for ocean films, and will reach its seven year mark when it expands to a five-day event on February 3-7, 2010.

"Every year, SFOFF produces an acclaimed festival of ocean-themed films from all over the world that are largely unavailable to the general public. Themes range from marine science and industry to sports and adventure. The films are intended not only to entertain the audience but, more importantly, to educate and encourage active participation in ocean conservation."

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It was fun to see the lab where they do the operations on sick fish.