Using unique props, specimens, breathtaking photography, storytelling techniques, and audience participation, you will experience an actual expedition exploring the world of the Great White Shark.
You will see shark specimens and models to help demonstrate how sharks are different from bony fish and how sharks find their food using their seven senses. With the gigantic jaws from a 20 foot long great white shark, you will see how sharks continually grow and replace their teeth. Volunteers from the audience will have the chance to assist in showing how big sharks are, from the smallest to the largest, a few in between. A multi-image presentation will also allow guests to join the Browns on their expedition boat and meet the captain and crew. The highlight of the presentation is a dive with a 15 foot, 3,000 lb, female, great white shark!
You can read more about the Browns at their website. They are a husband and wife underwater explorer team combining their talents as marine biologist, pilot, actor, comedian, artist, authors, lecturers, storytellers, educators, scuba diving instructors, award-winning underwater photographers.
These exciting shows will take place at 12:00 and 5:00 on April 3. The cost for this fun-filled hour of solid biblically-based teaching is just $4.00 per person (children under two admitted free) or $20 per household.