Jean-Michel Cousteau’s Secret Ocean Opens Today!

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Arrow Crab, Bahamas  ©3D Entertainment Films

Arrow Crab, Bahamas 

©3D Entertainment Films

Take a deep dive down to the ocean floor with in the new giant-screen film Jean-Michel Cousteau’s Secret Ocean, now playing at the LeFrak Theater. 

Jean-Michel Cousteau, son of pioneering undersea explorer Jacques Cousteau, teams with marine biologist Holly Lohuis to take audiences on a marine journey where they’ll see more than 30 different species of marine animals.

See arrow crabs gracefully parachute down to the bottom of the sea where sea cucumbers feed on organic debris. Get up close to a coral reef to meet its extraordinary denizens, like giant clams, sea anemones, and lionfish. And learn about the amazing adaptions all these animals have developed to survive and thrive.

Jean-Michel Cousteau’s Secret Ocean is playing in 2D at10:30 am; and 12:30 pm; and 3D at 11:30 am; 1:30 pm; 2:30 pm; 3:30 pm; and 4:30pm.

Learn more and buy tickets here.

Jean-Michel Cousteau’s Secret Ocean is directed by Jean-Michel Cousteau and produced by Ocean Futures Society and 3D Entertainment Films.