The following movies are shown daily in our Wildlife Theater:
10am: Mysteries of the Deep: 25minutes
Why do penguins swim deep into the ocean when their favorite food is right at the surface? How do scientists decode the secret language of whales? Kids will
travel the globe to uncover the answers to these and other puzzling animal mysteries.
11am: Growing Up Baboon: 43 minutes
Visit South Africa's only wildlife sanctuary dedicated to the care of Chacma baboons. Four orphans are cared for by a team of volunteers. But their release back into the wild is threatened by politics, farmers, epidemics, and an unrelenting drought.
12pm: Be the Creature: Brown Bears: 48 minutes
The Kratt brothers go to the Alaskan Peninsula to see how bears coexist feeding and in everyday life, including how mother bears successfully raise their cubs.
1pm: Fish: 48 minutes
Fish are the most varied and diverse backboned creatures on the planet. They range from pregnant males to fish that fly, to those that have a top speed faster than a cheetah -- sailfish.
2pm: Jungles: 50 minutes
Witness intense competition on a macro and micro scale as jaguars track prey and fungi infiltrate insect hosts.
3pm: Dragons of the Dry: 57 minutes
From iguanas emerging out of a tropical swamp to a face-to-face encounter with a monitor lizard in the Australian desert, trace the lizards' colonization of the Earth as they ultimately became the Dragons Of The Dry.
4pm: Secrets of Animal Survival: 23 minutes
Discover how animals survive and thrive. We'll visit every continent and dive through the sea to meet all Earth's animals from A to Zebra.
Groups studying a particular topic can request a special movie on that topic or click here for some choices.