Here's your chance to meet the Monsters Under the Sea

Here's your chance to meet the Monsters Under the Sea

Are you fascinated by the marine creatures that roamed the oceans millions of years ago? Well then, here is your chance to win tickets to see the Asia Pacific's largest animatronics exhibition, Monsters of the Sea, and come face-to-face with these legendary sea creatures from millions of years ago!

We know very little about the creatures that live in our deep dark oceans. We know even less about the creatures that swam through those very waters, millions of years ago.

Here is your chance to change that.

At the Monsters of the Sea Exhibition at the Science Centre Singapore, you can come face-to-face with the legendary sea creatures that have dominated the marine world over time.

An immersive underwater experience

Monsters of the Sea is Asia Pacific’s largest animatronics showcase of pre-historic and existing sea monsters.

There is no doubt that your kids and you, will be completely awed by the life-sized animatronics displays of 14 pre-historic and two present-day sea monsters – each one bigger, better and more fascinating than the other.

Monsters of the sea

As you enter the exhibition area, you are immediately transported into a marine world from another era – the special lighting and effects ensure that you get into an explorer mode straightaway!

Not to be missed Sea Monsters

 While each of the 16 monsters is absolutely fascinating in it's own right, here are some which are just not to be missed.

  • Elasmosaurus (existed 83 to 72 million years ago), a marine reptile well-known for its exceptionally long neck with approximately 71 cervical vertebrae that allow 
for greater flexibility and control of its head.
  • Mosasaurus (existed 72 to 66 million years ago), which is known to weigh up to 
five tonnes and whose fearsome array of teeth prevented prey from escaping its 

Monsters of the Sea

  • Megalodon 
(existed 15-2.6 million years ago) had large teeth that grew up to 18cm. Its serrated and multiple rows of teeth allowed the sea monster to latch onto its prey tightly and thereafter tear it apart before consumption. This shark fed on aquatic marine mammals, especially small- to medium-sized whales, and also ate large sea turtles.
  • Pliosaurus
 (existed 157 to 145 million years ago) was a massive marine reptile with a short neck and a large head. Built for speed, this sea monster had limbs that were paddle-shaped to help it move swiftly through the water. Pliosaurus hunted in the shallow seas and was known to consume their long-necked cousins – the plesiosaurs.

The Monsters of the Sea exhibition in on till 28 February 2016 at the Science Centre Singapore Annexe Hall.

Singaporean / Singapore Permanent Residents: Adult: $20,
Child (3-12 years old): $16,
Family package (2 adults, 2 children): $58
All other visitors:
Adult: $25,
Child (3-12 years old): $20,
Family package (2 adults, 2 children): $72

Want to come face-to-face with these mighty marine animals? Simply fill in your details below and stand a chance to win Family package tickets to the Monsters of the Sea exhibition!


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