By Don Douloff, March 26, 2009
Miami Seaquarium is presenting Savage Ancient Seas, highlighting marine life that flourished millions of years ago. Running until May 31, 2009, the exhibit showcases carnivorous fish and giant sea reptiles that lived under the seas 70-million years ago, when the last great dinosaurs roamed the Earth and a shallow sea spread across the middle of the continent.
The lineup includes huge carnivorous marine reptiles, the biggest sea turtles that have ever lived and additions like the 17-ft. Archelon, the largest sea turtle ever found, living or extinct, and the Elasmosaur.
Rounding out the programme are 19 prehistoric marine skeletons from the Cretaceous Period, along with educational kiosks and hands-on touch stations.
This year’s return engagement follows the show’s high successful showing at the park in 2008.