The following movies are shown daily in our Wildlife Theater:
10am: Growing Up Polar Bear - 43 minutes
Follow the story of Inukshuk, the baby polar bear and the dedicated team of Toronto Zoo curators who care for this charismatic young cub during the first year of his life.
11am: Growing Up Penguin - 43 minutes
Its nesting season for the Humboldt penguins at the Oregon Zoo... and eggs abound. Join zookeepers Shawn and Rick as they help an endangered penguin chick begin her incredible journey into adulthood.
12pm: Wild Detectives-Penguins - 25 minutes
Learn about the secret lives of penguins.
1pm: Planet Earth: Ice Worlds - 50 minutes
Journey to the polar extremes of our planet. Freshwater is frozen and out of reach, and coupled with numbing temperatures, this makes life hard in frozen climates from the top to the bottom of the world.
2pm: Tigers of the Snow - 57 minutes
The Siberian Tiger is the biggest and rarest cat on Earth. Join researchers as they risk their lives to help save these tigers from becoming extinct.
3pm: Growing Up Seal - 43 minutes
Stranded baby seals get a second chance at life at the Alaska Sealife Center in Seward, Alaska. Dedicated staff nurses a starving baby ringed seal back to health. A rigorous training program prepares the rescued seals for their return to the wild.
4pm: River Monsters-Alaskan Horror - 41 minutes
Extreme angler, Jeremy Wade, searches for the lethal lake monster of native legend that’s been dragging people down to an icy grave for centuries.Jeremy ends up landing the largest fish he’s ever caught, but is this the monster?
Groups studying a particular topic can request a special movie on that topic or click here for some choices.