Bruce Museum

Apr. 20, 2024 - Sep. 1, 2019

1 Museum Drive
Greenwich, 06830

Few creatures inspire so much fascination – and fear – as sharks. To look at a shark is to see over 400 million years of evolutionary success. Whether they are disguising themselves on the reef floor or speeding at 45 mph after a school of fish, sharks are perfectly adapted to their lifestyle and environment. But can these ancient predators survive in a modern ocean? Dive in with “Sharks!” and watch live sharks develop in egg pouches, see life-sized models of sharks, and compare and contrast jaws and teeth from almost 20 species. The Bruce is grateful for the support of this exhibition from the Charles M. and Deborah G. Royce Exhibition Fund, the Connecticut Office of the Arts, and OceanX.

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