Ever wanted to play hide and seek...Under the Sea? Your patrons will discover the wacky and strange way fish play "hide and seek" under the sea!
The program begins with a humorous look at how fish play "hide and seek" in the underwater game of survival. Four children are chosen from the audience to become fish in the underwater game of "hide and seek". The four "fish" hide and the audience (the "school of fish") sees the different ways that fish hide underwater. After this amusing demonstration, we show the high-tech Aqua Lung® SCUBA equipment we use to explore the underwater world of the Caribbean Sea, including our awesome underwater scooters!
After the demonstrations, undersea explorers, Wayne and Karen Brown, then take your patrons on their exciting tour of the Caribbean Sea's underwater world via a fascinating high-definition, digital multi-image presentation.
Our expedition begins on the island of Curaçao, in the Caribbean Sea, where the award-winning book, The Cay, originates. From Curaçao your young patrons join us as we board the expedition boat and meet the captain and divemaster. Using their imaginations, and our beautiful underwater photography, your patrons jump in the water and find out what it would be like to accompany the Browns on their expedition scuba dive. Your patrons follow the Browns as they zoom around the coral reef on their underwater scooters and meet the funny and freaky fish that live in this magical underwater world. Your patrons discover the wacky and fascinating ways fish play "hide and seek". As they explore the undersea environment, your patrons meet many interesting inhabitants, from the smallest to the largest and from the most docile to the most dangerous. Your patrons discover how these marine creatures are adapted for survival in the undersea environment. The symbiotic relationships among different creatures are revealed. They learn how fishes protect themselves from predators and how some fishes search for food. Near the end of our dive we come face-to-face with some of the so-called "dangerous" marine animals such as stingrays, barracuda, moray eels, and sharks!
After the multi-image presentation, at the end of the presentation, time is set aside to answer your patrons' questions and to try on some of our SCUBA equipment.
If you would like to learn more about the Caribbean Sea visit our past Internet Expeditions. Click on these links to dive into adventure...