Sharks, perfect predators that have inhabited the seas for 400 million years, well before the appearance of vertebrates, and have remained almost unchanged over time. The exhibition will lead to the discovery of more than 30 specimens from the 6mt great white shark to the tiger shark, the hammerhead, the fox, the leucas, up to the smallest existing, the pygmy shark.
You will discover why, despite the few cases of deaths, sharks have the reputation of eating men. Models of human limbs with shark bite wounds will be visible to observe their characteristics.
It will be possible to enter and photograph yourself in the shark cage. Get a close-up look at the giant white shark, its jaws and mouth closing on its prey.
Among the most spectacular adaptations stands out the cookie cutter shark, capable of detaching biscuit-shaped pieces of meat in cetaceans and even in humans.
You will be able to observe the internal anatomy, discover how a shark is born, touch the skin, feel the scales.
At the end of the visit, you will understand how sharks turned from a great predator to a prey; and how many species are on the verge of extinction.