Though the soon-to-be world's largest oceanarium, Marine Life Park in Singapore, is controversially including bottlenose dolphins in its exhibits, the park is standing by its decision to keep the animals. Another portion of Marine Life Park will feature roller coasters for those more included to a dry outing.
The world's largest oceanarium is set to open at Resorts World Sentosa in Singapore on December 7.
Officials say Marine Life Park will have more than 100,000 marine animals of over 800 species in more than 60 million liters of water.
Among these are manta rays, hammerhead sharks and controversial Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins. According to Singapore's Straits Times newspaper, animal rights activists have long been lobbying for the resort management to release the 25 wild dolphins captured for the resort.
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