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Amazing Experiences Sweepstakes - Be the FIRST to See Blacktip Reef and Meet the Animals!

Published December 03, 2012

Blacktip reef shark

One lucky winner of our Amazing Experiences Sweepstakes will get a behind-the-scenes, "hard hat" tour of our new Blacktip Reef exhibit BEFORE it opens to the public this summer!

Blacktip Reef will be a vibrant, action-packed exhibit, replicating an Indo-Pacific coral reef!

In preparation for this exciting new addition to our Baltimore venue, we have been caring for new blacktip reef sharks and wobbegong sharks, in addition to our beloved 400 lb. sea turtle Calypso and zebra sharks Zeke and Zoe! Our new exhibit will also be home to a multitude of tropical fish and rays.

Napoleon wrasse

This vibrant Napoleon wrasse is just one of the many new fish in Blacktip Reef!

As part of our sweepstakes, one lucky winner (and up to three friends) will receive a "hard hat" tour of the exhibit space, as well as a behind-the-scenes tour of our Animal Care Center to meet some of the new animals!

In addition, our winner will also get to see how our salt water is made and tested and visit our coral fabrication shop, where we are currently creating pieces for Blacktip Reef.

blacktip reef coral

Behind-the-scenes testing coral

There are five great ways to be entered to win! 

Stay tuned for more features on our once-in-a-lifetime sweepstakes prizes! Winners will be announced on our Facebook page starting December 17!

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