Leather, Coral

Ever try on a shark helmet? Now you can. Pop one on to discover how these ancient fish use sight, scent, electricity and vibration to track down prey. 

It’s just one of the many clusters of in-depth learning you’ll find throughout the Dive level. There’s also a series of freestanding aquariums and interactive experiences where you might investigate fish anatomy and adaptation, witness what the tiny animals that build coral reefs really look like, then watch a video from one of our leading scientists on what he and his team are doing to combat coral degradation around the world. Make sure you come back. These clusters swap out from time to time to keep up with the latest scientific findings around the world.

Did You Know?

Look Closer

Seagrasses are one of the most productive plant communities on Earth; they hold 10 to 100 times more animals than adjacent sandy bottoms.