Marine Science Sunday: Top Predators- Sharks and Orcas The Marine Mammal Center
Marine Science Sunday:
Orcas and Sharks
The Marine Mammal Center
Sunday, September 9 and 23 from 10am-4pm
Join us on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of each month for Marine Science Sunday - a FREE engaging ocean-inspired classroom series from our education experts.
The size, strength and skills of the ocean's top predators are simply one of a kind. This month we celebrate National Wildlife Day with those animals that rule the ocean in Top Predators: Orcas and Sharks! Come learn more at Marine Science Sunday - fun educational programs for kids and adults! We recommend teaming our free classroom programs at 12 pm and 2 pm with a Docent-led tour at 11am, 1pm or 3pm for a truly immersive marine mammal experience.
Read on for more info...
FREE Classroom Programs: Top Predators- 12 PM and 2 PM (45-minute sessions)
Join Adam Ratner, Guest Experience Manager and animal care volunteer at The Marine Mammal Center, for an interactive presentation on the ocean's greatest predators including Orcas and Great White Sharks! Sessions are held in the Center's classroom at 12pm and 2pm. A great compliment to the docent-led tour!
Docent-led Tours* - 11:00 AM, 1:00 PM, and 3:00 PM
Learn fascinating facts about seals and sea lions from our education experts while seeing exhibits and patient viewing areas. (*Small fee applies, it helps our patients!).
Can't make this month's Marine Science Sunday? Test your knowledge
of marine mammals with our short quiz (answers at the bottom of the page - no cheating now!):
Who is in fact the ocean's top predator: Orcas or Great White Sharks?
What is the largest species of dolphin?
How large can Great White Sharks be?
Click here for directions to The Marine Mammal Center.
Click here for details about other Marine Science Sundays and events.
The next Marine Science Sunday topic is Creatures of the Deep and will be offered on October 14 and 28
Questions? Please contact the Education Department at firstname.lastname@example.org
1) Orcas, they have been observed eating great white sharks in California, 2) Orcas (again). Even though they are called Killer Whales, they are a type of dolphin 3) 20 feet long and 5,000 pounds
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Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Address: 2000 Bunker Road Fort Cronkhite Sausalito, CA 94965 United States