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4 activities offer motive to drop by Sea Life Park

  • COURTESY SEA LIFE PARK

    A whitetip reef shark swims within a foot of Shark Trek participants. The activity reopened June 2 with an exciting change: There’s no longer a stainless-steel “cage” separating participants from the 12 sharks in the tank, which represent four species: blacktip reef, whitetip reef, sandbar and scalloped hammerhead.

  • COURTESY SEA LIFE PARK

    Kids examine a starfish at the park’s recently renovated Touch Pool exhibit. Other creatures on display include shellfish, crabs, sea cucumbers and octopuses.

Many kamaaina grew up with Sea Life Park; the marine attraction/bird sanctuary has been popular for family outings since it opened in 1964. Read more

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