Experience life through an animal’s eyes with biologist, inventor and National Geographic filmmaker Greg Marshall on March 19. The evening is part of the "Faces of Our Planet" series, created by Sea Research Foundation, National Geographic Society and the Garde Arts Center to show the mysteries and discoveries of the world’s human, animal and geographic faces. His remarkable Crittercam has revolutionized marine biology while producing breathtaking glimpses into the animal world. Marshall and his team have refined the device, making it smaller, lighter and more powerful, expanding its use to more than 30 marine species, from sperm whales to Emperor penguins.
Tickets: $24; aquarium members: $20. VIP tickets: $54 (includes admission to pre-show reception). For a complete list of ticket options, including VIP and discount packages, visit the Garde Arts Center Box Office at 325 State St., New London, or call (860) 444-7373 ext.1. Single tickets are available at the Garde Arts Center Box Office and at gardearts.org. Special pricing is available for students and groups.
Watch the Crittercam in action!
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