The Flint RiverQuarium is home to more than 160 different species.
The Flint RiverQuarium staff cares for more than 1,300 animals each day.
The water in the Blue Hole exhibit is kept at a constant 68 degrees year-round to match the conditions in nature.
The glass of the Blue Hole viewing window is eight inches thick to contain the pressure of the water behind it.
We order more than 6,000 pounds of frozen fish each year to feed our collection.
Big Al, our oldest resident snapping turtle, recently weighed in at 126 pounds.
The Blue Hole Spring centerpiece exhibit of the Flint RiverQuarium holds 175,000 gallons of water.
On your visit, don’t miss one of our animal stars, Moonshine, a rare albino alligator. You can find him in the Spring Run Creek exhibit.
- Kings of Baja
Showtimes: Showtimes: Thursday, Friday & Saturday
Noon & 3 pm
Travel the wondrous Baja Peninsula in Mexico as you watch Kings of Baja. There are few other places on the planet that are more forbidding and beautiful than this stunning ecosystem. Ten million years in the making and eight hundred miles long, it is home to a foreboding desert and a diverse sea filled with sea lions, manta rays, great white sharks and whales. This film does contain references to evolution.
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- Kaluoka’hina - The Enchanted Reef
Showtimes: Thursday, Friday & Saturday
10:30 am & 1:30 pm
“Kaluoka’hina – The Enchanted Reef” offers a gripping story, is full of humor, and teaches us in a playful way to protect our environment. Kaluoka’hina, a gloriously colorful tropical reef, is under a spell: It is undiscoverable by men. Kaluoka’hina’s colorful inhabitants have thus always lived in peace, until the volcano erupts, and the spell is broken. Now it’s up to Shorty and Jake to restore the magic of Kaluoka’hina. Their only lead: the ancient legend that tells of touching the moon.
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