The following movies are shown daily in our Wildlife Theater:
10am: Penguin Adventures - 30 minutes
A spy-camera was put on Rodney the penguin to find out why he dives out of sight. Discover the truth about the penguins’ arch enemy - the leopard seal.
11am: Totally Tropical Rainforest - 40 minutes
Explore the the life-filled rain forest where there is a greater variety of plants and animals than anywhere else on earth.
12pm: Sharks in a Desert Sea - 45 minutes
Travel to the waters off Mexico’s western coastline, which hosts a diverse population of ocean creatures, including the whale shark, white-tip reef shark and Galapagos Shark.
1pm: Growing Up Hyena - 42 minutes
The hyena is often relegated to the role of skulking scavenger - always the villain and never the hero. But one man, Kevin Richardson, is committed to showing the world that hyenas are intelligent, strong and fearless predators - to be respected and not maligned.
2pm: River Monsters: Amazon Assassin - 40 minutes
In the darkest depths of the Amazon lurks a dinosaur. Legends tell of an evil spirit inhabiting an enormous fish. Taller than a man, it is covered in scales and crushes its prey with a tongue made of bone. Wade encounters the legendary Arapaima.
3pm: Planet Earth: Great Plains - 50 minutes
A quarter of the earth’s surface is covered with grass, and the world’s plains are home to massive herds of animals.
4pm: Life in the Freezer: The Door Closes - 30 minutes
Brave mountains, seas, blizzards, plummeting temperatures and glaciers on Antarctica. Discover penguins by the thousands, half the world’s seal population and seabirds galore.
Groups studying a particular topic can request a special movie on that topic or click here for some choices.