Dr.Sridhar Dayal ,Ph.D, is a Creator at Lumiere Brothers ,a Sagittarian , loves adventure , out door, reading,
nature and screen writing and the American Cinema.

Dayal creates characters ad creatures that last for ever in the minds of people across the world. The Gifts of mother nature that excite even a small kid to an old man.

He created marine creature characters for "The Ocean Park" like the Killer whales, Piranhas, Sand tiger sharks, Polar bears, Pre historic alligators, Octopuses and also blue whale, porpoises, dolphins, turtles etc.

We are sure that you would love to see them live on the IMAX screen breaking open the Oceanarium Glass and pouncing on the visitors and snacking them for their lunch. Hold your breath and hang on to your your boyfriends or else you'l also fall a prey to these ferociously deadly creatures. Oh yeah keep your mobile handy to call emergency number 112, just in case if you had forgotten. Sorry to inform you that local cops are not responding and you have to fight your own battle for survival along with your courageous boy friend to get out of this so called heaven turned into hell "The Ocean Park".


The Killer Whale : The are hatural hunters of human blood. They can sense humans from long long distances in water and attack them with fury. They possess razor sharp teeth that can easily kill humans with few bites. They eat humans only if they get addicted to their flesh otherwise they kill if the sense danger from humans. They are a marvelous attraction in The Ocean Park where millions of people throng for a glimpse of these ferocious Killer whales.

The Piranhas : Never mistake them by seeing their size.You can easily pocket them if it is alone otherwise they hunt in groups and suck off your blood killing you in few minutes.The scientifically proved most deadliest creatures for Man. Just beware

From the moment tiny baby piranhas hatch from their microscopic eggs, they come into the world armed and dangerous. Baby piranha will feast on tiny crustaceans, fruits, seeds, and aquatic plants. Once they reach about 1.5 inches in length they begin feeding on the fins and flesh of other fish that wander too closely. As they grow larger they begin to venture out in groups (schools) of about 20 fish where they use a variety of hunting strategies to kill and eat their prey. Heck, they don't kill their prey first, they just start eating the victim alive - that's what makes them so ferocious. Adult piranhas have been

known to eat their own babies. When a school of piranha is in a feeding frenzy, the water appears to boil and churn red with blood. They attack with such ferocity that they strip an animal of its flesh within a matter of minutes, even taking bites out of each other in the process.
There are approximately 20 species of piranha found living in the Amazon River, with only four or five of them posing any danger. Most piranha species are quite harmless and docile, but the ones with the nasty reputation for aggressive behavior are the red-bellied piranha, Pygocentrus nattereri.

A sick and dying cow had been taken down and finished off by a school of ravenous piranha during the dry season when they are notoriously aggressive.

Adult piranha will eat just about anything - other fish, sick and weakened cattle, even parts of people. Sickly cattle that have stooped their heads down to drink from the river have been grabbed by the mouth and nose and pulled into the water, completely devoured minutes later. As wicked as it all sounds, piranha has a useful function in the Amazonian jungles just like any other predators in the wild. They are part of the checks and balances Mother Nature employs to eliminate the weak and sick so only the strong survive.

Piranhas are world-famous for their razor-sharp teeth. Native peoples of South America will catch the piranha and use their teeth to make tools and weapons. Even the fisherman who catch these vicious little predators have to be careful when the fish is out of water. A single piranha out of water is still dangerous enough to take off the flesh, or the odd toe, from an unwary fisherman.

Aaaaah ! I am watching you boys. You cannot escape my razors.
The Sand Tiger Sharks :

The sand tiger shark swims with its mouth open, exposing a large number of long, three-pronged teeth. Although its teeth are adapted to feed on small fishes, they give the sand tiger a savage appearance that thrills aquarium visitors. It is probably the most common shark found in public aquariums, where some sand tigers have survived for up to 10 years. Most large sharks die quickly in captivity. The sand tiger may reach 10 feet long and inhabits shallow water. While the potential for harming humans exists, this species is considered dangerous because of its sluggish, nocturnal habits and teeth suitable for taking large prey.

Curiously, this shark reportedly swallows air, holding the air in its stomach to achieve neutral buoyancy, and has been observed resting motionlessly off the bottom. Small groups have been know to herd and prey on schools of fish.

There are at least 370 species of shark in the world, ranging from 6 inches to more than 40 feet long. Eighty percent of the world's shark species are under 5 feet when fully grown. Many sharks are becoming endangered because people like to eat them. But in The Ocean Park these creatures are here for a revenge and they mean buisiness. They are behind the human blood and would love to feast on humans for their dinner. This Shark is saying "So baby get ready for dinner tonight".

Whoops! Who are these deliciously looking women.

The Polar Bears :
The polar bear is the largest land carnivore and has a reputation as the only animal that actively hunts humans. They have a remarkable sense of smell and can detect a carcass from 32km away. Polar bears are the most likely species to kill humans for food, as they assume anything they encounter is potential prey. Attacks by other bear species are usually due to the bear being startled, and they will rarely eat the body.




Wait am lemme catch you guys my baby is hungry and love to eat you


The Blue Whale :Scientist don't really know for sure, but they are sure of one thing - as big as the ancient dinosaurs were they were NEVER as big as the blue whale is. The blue whale is the largest creature to have ever lived on earth! Weighing 100-150 Tonnes a one hundred elephant equivalent is alone sufficient to destroy the whole city of L.A via Ocean Park.Though they don't prey on humans still they can prove fatal anybody comes is its way will be crushed to death.

They are the Blue Whale hunters

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