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Roughly $30 million in improvements planned for Sea Life Park

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Marcelo Martins and wife Monise, visitors from Brazil, peered at sharks at Sea Life Park earlier this month. The park hopes to renovate its reef tank in the Shark Cave in 2020.

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Green sea turtles mill about inside their pool at Sea Life Park in Waimanalo. Among the many upgrades and renovations to come at the park is a more in-depth and immersive viewing and research program for the turtles, which will include the animals being viewed at all stages of their lives — from hatchlings to adults.

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Madison Rummage, 6, and brother James, 4, from Greenville, S.C., visited the sea turtles.