Cynthia Vernon

Chief Operating Officer of the Monterey Bay Aquarium

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Chief Operating Officer Cynthia Vernon says the aquarium has lost up to $45 million in revenue this year, which means many research programs had to be cut.

Monterey Bay Aquarium has been closed for months. What does that mean for research and animals?

Chief Operating Officer Cynthia Vernon says the aquarium has lost up to $45 million in revenue this year, which means many research programs had to be cut.

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