Come nose to snout to some of the animal world’s most intimidating and misunderstood creatures in this lively new special exhibit. Featuring live specimens and engaging interactives, Crocs explores the rich diversity of crocodilians spanning more than 200 million years—from galloping land predators and jumping insect eaters, to modern-day stealthy aquatic predators.
More than just reptiles with toothy grin, crocodilians range from diminutive forest dwellers to behemoths.
Evening hours available during Fernbank After Dark June 11, July 9 and August 13.
Cost: Included with general admission and CityPASS. Members FREE.
Book a combination ticket and see it with the Giant Screen Movie, Australia: Great Wild North. You might also like Nature’s Ninjas.
Crocs: Ancient Predators in a Modern World was created by Peeling Productions at Clyde’s Peeling’s REPTILAND.
Date and title are subject to change.