Long Beach’s Aquarium of the Pacific is swimming ahead with plans to fully reopen next week with capacity capped at 25 percent, officials announced. “We have survived, and our animals have thrived the last year only because of the support of our donors, help from the city of Long Beach, and dedication of our staff. With our reopening, we can continue to give back to our communities through our educational programs and provide an experience for visitors that embodies spring and recovery,” Dr. Peter Kareiva, Aquarium of the Pacific president and CEO, said Friday.