Your passport waits
for an adventure that will put you face to face with some of the most dangerous
and exotic animals in the world.
Your journey through the ancient sunken temple will thrill you. If you dare…
The Newest Addition - THE GREAT HAMMERHEAD
For the first time ever in the United States, The Great Hammerhead Shark is
now on display. Shark Reef has accomplished what no other U.S. aquarium has
ever done - successfully transported and displayed in captivity this fascinating
shark. It is distinguished by its characteristic hammer-shaped head, making
it one of the most unusual predators in the ocean. Adults average more than
500 pounds and are officially reported to reach 18 feet in length. The female
living in Shark Reef is a juvenile, currently weighing less than 60 pounds and
measuring approximately 6 feet in length. The Great Hammerhead is considered
one of the ocean's most fierce predators. An adult hammerhead does not have
a single predator in the water - except for another hammerhead. Great Hammerheads
are one of the few ocean creatures that exhibit cannibalistic behavior.
You can now see this animal on exhibit in the Sunken Ship Wreck inside Shark
Hours of Operation: Open daily from 10 a.m. until
Last admission at 10 p.m.
Admission: Adults $15.95, Children 12 years old
and younger $9.95, Children 4 and younger admitted free. Table
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