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Wild Explorer Virtual Reality Experience

Wild Explorer Virtual Reality

A NEW Virtual Reality Experience

Explore the ocean's depths, soar above the plains of Africa, and trek deep into the forest—all from the comfort of Philadelphia Zoo! Wild Explorer Virtual Reality is a 360° visual experience with a motion seat, an immersive VR headset, and audio. Explore the wonders of wildlife like never before in this brand-new attraction, available now!

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Swimming with Humpbacks

Dive beneath the waves follow alongside a marine biologist who sets out to learn about the behavior of mother humpback whales and their calves. In this world-first VR experience, get a rare glimpse and insight into one of the most mysterious creatures on the planet, the giant humpback whale. Each whale can weigh 40 tons and move at speeds of 15mph. Witness incredible scenes: a female humpback giving birth and bonding with her calf; young whales playing together; a frenetic heat run; and more.

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Gorilla Trek

Journey to the forests of East Africa to join a dedicated team of conservationists!. Get closer than ever before to a troop of endangered gorillas from the depths of Rwanda in a new exhilarating perspective! With only 1,000 mountain gorillas left in their natural habitat, this one-of-a-kind encounter gives you the chance to engage with this extraordinary species and learn more about how they behave with one another. Witness the alpha silverback protect its family when a subordinate gorilla fights for leadership.

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The Great Migration

Join Emmy award-winning documentary filmmakers as they take you on an incredible journey through Africa’s Great Migration! Each year, millions of wildebeests, zebras, and antelopes traverse East Africa's wide-open grasslands in a continuous, circular trek in search of fresh grazing lands and water, pausing only for a few months when females are giving birth. Along the way, hundreds of thousands of the herd fall prey to stalking predators, including lions, crocodiles, cheetahs, and hyenas. Witness how these millions of free-roaming animals make their way through the peaks and perils of Africa's savannah terrain, from the Maasai Mara river in Kenya to the majestic landscape of Tanzania's Serengeti, in search for a better life across the animal kingdom.

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