Explore the science and lore of one of the ocean's largest and most mysterious predators, the sixgill shark. Usually it swims the world’s ocean at abysmal depths, but here in Puget Sound divers can interact with it in relatively shallow water. Michael Werner, five-time Emmy-award-winning filmmaker and journalist, and researchers from the Seattle Aquarium will take you beneath the surface to discover this seldom-seen giant, to learn its story and to understand the challenges facing the massive sharks…and what it means for our region.
When: May 17 at 7p.m.
Tickets: $10 each advance/$8 Aquarium members, $15 day of event
A reception with light refreshments will precede each program.
About Sound Conversations
Join the conversation with host Jeff Renner, an Emmy-award-winning producer of science documentaries, as we delve into the journalistic efforts that bring forth critical environmental stories. These great local writers, with their hard work and skilled storytelling, share with us the discovery and exploration of fascinating animals, places and forces of nature.