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TURTLE-FEEDINGS-CMS

TURTLE FEEDINGS

Watch as our experienced animal care team members feed our mature Green sea turtles a specially formulated diet, carefully developed by our research scientists. On average, the Green sea turtles are over 300 pounds and can eat up to 5% or more of their body weight daily.

You can also help feed the turtles! Turtle food, AKA “turtle chow”, is available for purchase at several locations.
  • Daily at 8:30 AM, 11:30 AM and 3:30 PM.
BIRD-FEEDINGS-CMS

BIRD FEEDINGS

Head to our Caribbean Free Flight Aviary to hand-feed our Scarlet Ibis and other birds. You’ll learn about the colourful and interesting birds of Cayman and the Caribbean, and children are invited to take part in our fun and educational bird search activity – find all the birds and you just might win a token prize! Our animal care team will provide you with a wealth of knowledge with our Keeper talks (on request).

  • MON-FRI 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM.
  • SAT-SUN 10:00 AM -12:00 PM and 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM.
SHARK-FEEDING

SHARK FEEDING

Make your way to the bridge above Predator’s Reef for shark feeding and our informative Shark Talks (on request) at the Predator Reef viewing window. Learn about sharks and how you can contribute to the preservation of these mystifying ocean creatures. Check out the nurse sharks – living vacuum cleaners — through our viewing window at Predator Reef.

(Bonus: Guests can almost always catch a great selfie with a turtle or a barracuda that will swim by to say “hello.”)
  • Shark Talk MON-FRI at 10:30 AM.
  • Feeding Time at the Predator Reef MON-FRI at 11:00 AM.
CROC-FEEDING

CROC FEEDING

Our hybrid saltwater crocodile is 11.5 feet long and weighs over 300 pounds, and she is still growing! In 2006, Grand Cayman received this unexpected visitor, the first crocodile seen in the Cayman Islands since the late 1950s. Smiley and her ancestors were originally called “caimanas” by early Spanish explorers, from which the Cayman Islands derived its name. Due to her being a natural hybrid, Smiley has two compartments in her enclosure – freshwater and saltwater – and she enjoys spending time in both. Crocodiles have a slow metabolism, so Smiley is only needs to be fed a couple of times a week, but feeding times are spectacular.

  • 11:45 AM on specified weekdays only (weather permitting).