The following movies are shown daily in our Wildlife Theater:
10am: Creepy Creatures - 30 minutes
Claudette the black cat introduces kids to a ghoulish gallery of nature's creepiest creatures. You'll come fang to fang with everything that slithers, scuttles, flaps, or attacks in this hair-raising festival of fright. Visit vampires in a bat cave, watch a black widow poison her prey, and dodge deadly drool of the largest lizard in the world, the Komodo dragon.
11am: Skeletons - 23 minutes
Scared of skeletons? Don't be! Inside every person is a very fine skeleton. Come with us and shine a light on the many bones of the animal kingdom. We'll even meet some animals who wear their skeletons on the outside.
12pm: Ocean Phantoms - 50 minutes
Go beyond the colorful coral reefs and far beneath the crashing waves, to a dark, mysterious world teeming with creatures unlike any mankind has ever imagined.
1pm: The Silk Spinners - 50 minutes
Meet some insects and spiders that make use of silk.
2pm: River Monsters: Demon Fish - 41 minutes
Jeremy Wade journeys to the infamous Congo River in Africa in search of the world's most ferocious fish. This supernatural monster predator pushes Jeremy to his physical and mental limit. It requires all of his skills and the help of a witch doctor.
3pm: Sophisticated Serpents - 50 minutes
David Attenborough examines the fascinating lives of the most misunderstood group of reptiles - the snakes - and reveals that their simplistic body design has contributed to their success.
4pm: Sea Nasties - 35 minutes
Comedian Leslie Nielsen hosts a natural history comedy about "sea nasties" and reveals that the oceans are full of creatures that sting, shock, poke and poison. In a comic conflict, the cameras capture these powerful creatures of the sea in action and convince viewers in a humorous way that stonefish, poisonous cone snails, and jellyfish are not only interesting because of their danger, but are "cool" animals with fascinating adaptations for survival.
Groups studying a particular topic can request a special movie on that topic or click here for some choices.