‘ANCIENT CAVES’ DEBUTS MAR. 7 IN MG 3D THEATER AT MOODY GARDENS
Visit underwater caves to unlock the secrets of the Earth’s climate Galveston, Texas (January 17, 2020) – This Spring, guests will be able to visit some of the world’s most remote caves, both above and below the water, in France, Iceland, the Bahamas, the U.S., and Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula when MacGillvray Freeman’s new film, “Ancient Caves” arrives at the MG 3D Theater Mar. 7. Narrated by Emmy Award winner Bryan Cranston, “Ancient Caves” brings science and adventure together as it follows paleoclimatologist Dr. Gina Moseley on her mission to unlock the secrets of the Earth’s climate in the most unlikely places - caves. Moseley and her team of cave explorers travel the world exploring vast underground worlds in search of stalagmite samples – geologic “fingerprints” – that reveal clues about the planet’s climate history – how rapidly it can change and how it has affected human civilization. “Establishing and studying climate patterns helps to determine everything from how warm or cold a season will be to how many hurricanes are expected to form in a certain season,” said John Zendt, President and CEO of Moody Gardens. “We are excited to be able to showcase this film and show the importance of the work being done to study these patterns,” he said adding that the film will be a great new addition to the Spring Break film schedule. “Ancient Caves” is an Oceanic Research Group Films production produced with support from the Giant Dome Theater Consortium. For more information, please visit www.moodygardens.org or call 409-744-4673. Moody Gardens® is a public, non-profit, educational destination utilizing nature in the advancement of rehabilitation, conservation, recreation, and research.