Sea Monsters – Prehistoric Ocean Predators

Exhibition and Shows

26 Sep 2019 to 26 Apr 2020

Earth’s oceans were home to some of the largest, fiercest and most successful predators ever. While dinosaurs ruled the land, huge prehistoric reptiles and sharks hunted the depths. Discover more in this seriously scary exhibition and bonus 3D film.

The Sea Monsters exhibition combines real fossils, gigantic replicas, immersive multimedia and hands-on interactives to reveal these ancient monsters of the deep. What can their fossilised bones tell them about how they lived? How do they compare to today’s top ocean predators?

Sea Monsters 3D – A Prehistoric Adventure
Can’t get enough of sea monsters? Extend your exhibition experience with a screening of this exciting 3D film from the award-winning team at National Geographic.

Eighty million years ago, the American Midwest lay under a great inland sea where colossal creatures ruled the waves. From giraffe-necked Styxosaurus and sea birds with teeth to the T-Rex of the ocean — the 40-foot super-predator Tylosaurus — these wondrous beasts defy imagination.

In a remarkable journey, National Geographic immerses audiences in this unexplored world of the other dinosaurs, delivering the fascinating science behind what they know and a vision of history’s grandest ocean creatures brought to life in spectacular 3D. (Running Time: 40 minutes)

Facilities

Cafe Disabled access available Family Friendly Free Wifi Kiosk Public Toilet Restaurant Shop

Event Times

26 Sep 2019 to 26 Apr 2020

Daily Event

Venue

Australian National Maritime Museum

2 Murray Street, Sydney, 2000

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