Gatorland, the “Alligator Capital of the World,” is bringing back School of Croc for a “reunion tour” for its more than one million viewers around the world.
Starting today, March 22, and running through March 26 at 10 a.m. Eastern on Facebook Live, Gatorland’s Savannah Boan and other alligator and animal experts in the park will talk about its newest residents, like Marshall the Kookaburra; Ben and Jerry the Capybaras; and David and Casanova, the newest rescue alligators that came from Chicago via the Gatorland Global Conservation Program.
School of Croc first made its debut in March 2020 as attractions in Central Florida closed their doors in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Gatorland streamed 50 episodes over the eight-week quarantine, allowing guests and social media followers to interact with the park’s experts and learn about the unique qualities of the animals that live there.
“We are so excited to celebrate the one-year anniversary of Gatorland’s School of Croc by bringing back Savannah and the crew for five exciting episodes on Facebook Live,” said Mark McHugh, president and CEO of Gatorland. “This fun and educational program became hugely popular last spring. For a year now, our super fan families and kids have been sending us letters and artwork they made about their favorite animal or favorite Gatorland animal expert. We built bonds and friendships with people all over the world that will last a lifetime.”