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Mako: Mako tops out in January 2016. Photo courtesy SeaWorld. Photo submitted by Robert Niles

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Mako: The first pieces of Mako track hit the road from Ohio to Orlando, in August 2015. Photo submitted by Robert Niles

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Mako: Showing Mako's position relative to Sharks Underwater Grill (center) and the current Shark Encounter experience (left). Photo submitted by Robert Niles

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Mako: Concept art from SeaWorld of the ride's entry, as seen from the lake Photo submitted by Robert Niles

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Mako: Concept art courtesy SeaWorld Photo submitted by Robert Niles

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Clyde and Seamore's Sea Lion High: Photo submitted by Eric Freilich

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Clyde and Seamore's Sea Lion High: Photo submitted by Eric Freilich

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Clyde and Seamore's Sea Lion High: Photo submitted by Eric Freilich

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Clyde and Seamore's Sea Lion High: Photo courtesy SeaWorld Photo submitted by Robert Niles

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Clyde and Seamore's Sea Lion High: Photo courtesy SeaWorld Photo submitted by Robert Niles

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Kraken: The upside down ride. Photo submitted by Amit Bhagat

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The all new SEA Garden is where visitors can learn more about and get close to animals, most of the rescued, including eagles, spoonbills, opossums and more. Photo submitted by Krista Joy

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This 7-foot high seahorse sculpture is made entirely of beach trash and was put on display for Sea World Orlando's 50th. Photo submitted by Krista Joy

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The lighthouse has been painted with the new 50th Celebration logo! Photo submitted by Krista Joy

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Sea World Orlando celebrated it's 50th anniversary with some Conservation Art. This gian octopus sculpterue is made entirely of beach trash. If you look closely, you will see that this sculpture includes debris from the 2011 Japanese Tsunami that washed ashore in Oreon following a long journey across the pacific. Photo submitted by Krista Joy

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