Jonathan Park Goes to the Aquarium

A Creationist audio guide to 100 of the of the most popular marine creatures!

Did you know that the bottlenose dolphin can hold its breath for up to twenty minutes while submerged? What's more: Do you know what sea creature has three hearts, releases a cloud of dark ink when disturbed, and has the design features for jet propulsion?

Join Jonathan Park and his father for a trip to the aquarium as they explore these and other wonders of the underwater world. Featuring one hundred, two-minute segments, this creationist audio guide to a hundred sea creatures dispels common evolutionary myths and highlights some of the most fascinating attributes that God gave each aquatic animal He designed. Filled with engaging sound effects and amazing scientific tidbits, Dr. Kendall Park and Jonathan take listeners on an aquarium excursion to remember.

Perfect for car rides or family marine outings, this audio presentation is a great tool for training your children about the captivating creatures of the sea. Every sea creature has a story which gives glory to God. Learn about the whale shark, rock fish, and much, much more!

FORMAT: MP3 Audio CD

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Amazing for your animal fact lovers!

My barely 6 year old son is fascinated with animals and LOVES facts. That is why I thought these would be perfect for him! He adores them, it is literally all he has listened too since he got them! Warning for parents: Your child will want to tell you all the facts they learned, and will also ask you to show them pictures of what these animals look like! :) But it is worth it because he absolutely loves them! And, I love that all the facts he is learning about the animals are Biblically based!!! I can trust the information!

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No "fish story" here

I haven't actually listened to the updated version of this, just the original album by Vision Forum. Since I have a fascination with the ocean (:-D), I was really impressed by all the information presented about each animal. It's different from the regular albums in that there isn't a definite story line, but I don't mind that. The sound effects are fun, and Dr. Park and Jonathan talk about some very unusual animals, some of which I didn't even know were so . . . kooky? Strange? Fishy? No matter which adjective you choose to apply, I definitely recommend this album to ocean-loving people like me and JP fans in general (again, like me ;-D).