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Sharks! Now Open!

After breaking ground in 2018, we’ve spent the past two years creating a new and unique deep-sea experience. We are thrilled to share with our guests the Sharks! Predators of the Deep gallery and welcome our fierce and fascinating new residents. Get your tickets today!

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Whale Shark

Scientific Name
Rhincodon typus
Conservation Status
Whale sharks’ mouths can reach up to 4 feet (1.2 m) across.

Manta Ray

Scientific Name
Mobula sp. cf. birostris
Conservation Status
Manta rays often somersault while feeding.

White Spotted Jelly

Scientific Name
Phyllorhiza punctata
Conservation Status
Not Evaluated
A large group of jellies is called a smack.
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