Guests going to Discovery Cove will find two new animal interactions available for them: sharks and stingrays.
The Shark Swim programs gives guests a one-of-a-kind experience where they'll be able to swim with Pacific blacktip, reef whitetip, nurse sharks, zebra sharks and spotted wobbegong.
Guests first meet with the park's shark team before they head into the water, according to SeaWorld leaders.
The new experience costs $85 and is available for guest 10 and up. For every package sold, SeaWorld will donate 5 percent of the proceeds to the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation, which helps support shark conservation and research among other things.
The Ray Feeding experience, which costs $50 per person, gives guests a chance to feed stingrays during a private tour of the Grand Reef. That experience is available for guests 6 and older.
Both interactions require either a Dolphin Swim or Day Resort reservation at Discovery Cove.
Additionally, SeaWorld leaders are looking to sweeten the pot for Discovery Cove guests by extended how often and when they can visit SeaWorld and Aquatica with the purchase of a Discovery Cove ticket.
Beginning Aug. 1, Florida residents who buy Discovery Cove tickets will also receive unlimited admission to the other two parks through January 2018, including SeaWorld's special holiday events.
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