“Monster Fish: In Search of the Last River Giants," an interactive exhibition based on the Nat Geo WILD series "Monster Fish." The exhibit showcases the results of Dr. Zeb Hogan's decade-long search for the world's largest freshwater fish. MARK THIESSEN.
Stunning life-size sculptures and interactives introduce visitors to more than 20 species of enormous freshwater fish.
Designed and created by the National Geographic Society in Washington, DC
Stunning life-size sculptures, video installations, and evocative illustrations introduce visitors to more than 20 species—each measuring at least six feet long and weighing at least 200 pounds. Visitors will embark on a global journey to storied river basins with explorer and ecologist Zeb Hogan on his quest to find, research, and protect freshwater giants. From dispelling legends of man-eating fish to examining the role of sport fishermen as environmental stewards, this interactive exhibition tackles the big challenges facing these remarkable fish and their struggle to survive and thrive.
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