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Enter the remarkable world of S.E.A. Aquarium and be prepared to be enthralled by their most fascinating exhibition yet!
The Aquarium’s latest exhibition, Sea Monsters: Past and Present, features life size creatures that lived in the prehistoric oceans. Think: Triassic times when the Marine Reptiles ruled the deep blue.
Mums and dads, it’s a great way for your kids to discover and learn more about these mysterious sea creatures. The exhibition does not just display extinct sea creatures; it also includes ancient creatures that continue to exist even in our modern times!
To find out more about the remarkable exhibits of Sea Monsters, swim on over to the next page.
It may have a long neck like the Apatosaurus, but don't be fooled by this giant sea reptile! The Plesiosaur is a 14-metre long marine creature that actually gave live birth.
Part of the aquatic warm-blooded reptiles, some species of the Plesiosaur actually had necks that were inflexible and seven metres long!
If you think the great white shark is terrifying, wait till you see the Megalodon. Once upon a time, the Megalodon used to be the creature with the most powerful bite on the entire planet!
Do take a photo with the giant jaws of Megalodon, but remember not to sit on it.
The exhibition introduces us to many ancient creatures through different modes. One of them is through creating fossils of some of the prehistoric marine dwellers. One such creature is the Icthyosaur.
Did you know that the Ichthyosaur could not breathe under water and had to swim to the surface in order to get air?
The exhibition does make things come alive -- do not miss the recreation of the Placoderm chasing after its prey!
Do make sure that you help your kids go through this fabulous timeline that tells us about all the sea creatures that have existed since the beginning of life on the planet. Fascinating indeed!
The timeline takes you from as far back as The Dawn of Life to the present day Age of Men.
And if you have trouble pronouncing the names of the sea creatures like me, fret not! The exhibits clearly display not just the name but also the correct way to pronounce the name of the creature on display. The kids might be able to get it right before you do.
Yes, some prehistoric creatures can be found swimming in the deep deep blue even today!
Enter the room of Living Fossils and discover what prehistoric animals continue to survive till date. Expect to see Alligator Gar, Horseshoe Crab and even the Arowana.
So what are you waiting for? Take your budding marine enthusiast down to see these magnificent creatures today! For every Child Pass purchased, you will receive a complimentary recyclable water bottle. Not only that, an exclusive SG50 gift will be given to those who buy the S.E.A. Aquarium One-Day Pass online.
Sea Monsters: Past and Present will be displayed at the S.E.A. Aquarium from now through 30 September 2015.
To find out more information, click here.
Mums and dads, have you and your family gone to the Sea Monsters exhibition? What are some of your favourite exhibits? Share with us by leaving a comment below!
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