- Visit the Aquarium
- Animals & Exhibits
- Fun & Learning
- Deep-Sea Exploration
- Aquatic Research
This event is part of the "Faces of our Planet" series. Click here to discover more "Faces of our Planet."
Reptile expert Brady Barr has made it his life’s work to study and protect some of the world’s most dangerous land animals—alligators and crocodiles. He is the first person to capture and study all 23 species of wild crocodilians. Barr has hosted or contributed to over 70 wildlife documentaries, including the ongoing series Dangerous Encounters, on the National Geographic Channel. True to the series title, Barr recently survived an attack by a 12-foot reticulated python while working in a dark cave in Indonesia.
Tickets: adults $18, seniors (65+) $15, student/child $10, all aquarium members $10, group rate of $12/each for 10+ people
Click here to purchase tickets online. Aquarium members should call the Garde Box Office at (860) 444-7373 ext. 1 to purchase tickets at the member rate.
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