This spring, SEA LIFE™ Carlsbad becomes the only Aquarium in Southern California to feature scalloped hammerhead sharks as two young sharks move in for “The Daily Dive,” part of SHARKS! a series of three new shows focusing on these mysterious creatures. The family Aquarium is also adding “The Shark and Ray Show” and “Shark Talk,” a hilarious and engaging puppet show.
“with no relation to the green guy” lol You have to be there to understand, lol
- Scalloped Hammerhead Shark babies are called “pups”
- Scalloped Hammerhead Shark can grow up to be up to 12 feet long
- the odd shape of the Scalloped Hammerhead Shark’s head, allows it to have 360 degree vision
- The most important thing they learned was that though sharks are ALWAYS portrayed as man eating and terrible animals, with Jaws being Hammy’s mother -in-law:) ; most sharks will not go close to humans. As with dogs, the sense of danger to itself, can lead the shark to react in a self defending mode…
These unique sharks will be the stars of the new “Daily Dive Show”, an interactive underwater dive show which takes place in the Shipwreck Gallery where guests help an exploration diver uncover the secrets of the Lost City of Atlantis. The show uses a special dive mask that allows a diver in the main ocean tank to talk to guests out in the gallery for a fun, interactive and educational experience.
This show is so cool, there is a fun guaranteed 😉 The Educator makes learning fun, she has jokes for the kids, I couldn’t wait to come home and tell them to Hubby 😉
During the show, the sharks and rays get very active, swimming super fast, they know that it’s feeding time, and that is their behavior. All the kids are given a clipboard and a dry erase marker, and they answer questions during the show. At the end of the show, when the child turns in the clipboard, they get a “cool” shark tattoo. My children as well as myself, had a GREAT ambien online uk time 😉
“The Shark and Ray Show” features an adventurous educator interacting with guests and the intriguing creatures of the Ray Lagoon including Port Jackson sharks, epaulette sharks, brown banded bamboo sharks, white spotted bamboo sharks and the southern sting rays and cow nose the rays that give the Lagoon its name.
Super Cool when she gave the kids their Hammerhead Sharks to hold so they could see themselves in a purse with a shark pup.
This is what he said that Day:
While he was sitting here, watching the Lost City of Atlantis, he said
I just cried, he had never “loved” a place as much as this before.
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