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 Review of Wild Arctic @ Sea-World San Diego
1 Rating Posted by: biosciking on 9/12/2004 7:57:00 PM
Wild Arctic is a very elaborate exhibit set up to showcase marine mammals of the northern latitudes of the world. The set-up is that you fly on a jet helicopter out to a long-sunken ship that has since been turned into a reseach station, where the animals have taken residence. The simulator part that begins the experience is not the best in the world, but it is also not terrible either. However, it doesnt really matter, because the main meat of this attraction is not the ride, but the animal exhibits. The ride takes all of about five minutes, while you could spend MUCH longer looking at these great animals. There are beluga whales and harbor seals in one exhibit, polar bears in another, and walruses in the third. You get above- and below-ground viewing for all. The Arctic theme is very well executed and these are magnificant creatures to observe, so I say cut the simulator part some slack.
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