SEA LIFE Orlando Aquarium to Fill Atlantic Ocean Habitat with 192,000 Gallons of Water

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Tomorrow is the big day when SEA LIFE Orlando will fill the aquarium’s Atlantic Ocean habitat with more than 192,000 gallons of water.

The whole process will take approximately two days to complete, and once it is filled, the park still has 30 other exhibits that need to be filled.  The water will then go through a filter process that will add the salt to the water.

Rowdy Gaines, three-time Olympic Gold Medalist, U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame inductee, NBC swimming analyst, and Central Florida resident will join Steve Blair, Curator, Merlin Animal Welfare and Development for SEA LIFE Orlando for this special milestone.

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