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Photos: Aquatica water park at SeaWorld San Antonio

The Stingray Falls slide at SeaWorld San Antonio will employ four-seat family rafts. (SeaWorld)
Concept art of the Stingray Falls slide at SeaWorld San Antonio. (SeaWorld)
Concept art of the Stingray Falls slide at SeaWorld San Antonio. (SeaWorld)
Concept art of an underwater water slide passing through the stingray-filled Ke Re Reef at SeaWorld San Antonio. (SeaWorld)
The Proslide Mammoth slide at SeaWorld San Antonio will wind through an underwater grotto past stingrays and tropical fish. (Proslide)
Concept art of the Walhalla Wave slide at SeaWorld San Antonio. (SeaWorld)
The Proslide TornadoWave slide at Beijing water park will be similar to the Walhalla Wave planned for SeaWorld San Antonio. (SeaWorld)
The Walhalla Wave slide at SeaWorld San Antonio employs four-seat cloverleaf rafts. (SeaWorld)
A first-of-its-kind in the U.S., the Proslide TornadoWave slide at SeaWorld San Antonio will feature four-seat cloverleaf rafts that take riders up a zero-gravity wall. (Proslide)
Concept art of the Tassie Twister and Hooroo Run slides at SeaWorld San Antonio. (SeaWorld)
A pair of Proslide Bowl tube slides at SeaWorld San Antonio will deposit riders inside a large bowl. (Proslide)
The dual 48-foot-tall Proslide Pipeline slides at SeaWorld San Antonio feature single and double inner tubes that pass under waterfall curtains. (Proslide)
Concept art of the Kiwi Curl and Woohoo Fall slides at SeaWorld San Antonio. (SeaWorld)
A pair of 450-foot-long high-speed WhiteWater body slides at SeaWorld San Antonio. (WhiteWater)
SeaWorld San Antonio will feature a pair of WhiteWater tube slides, including one that travels through a pitch-dark tunnel. (WhiteWater)
The 1,200-foot-long lazy river at SeaWorld San Antonio features jet tunnels, foam shooters and misters. (SeaWorld)
Visitors will ride inner tubes down the Loggerhead Lane lazy river at SeaWorld San Antonio. (SeaWorld)
Concept art of the Big Surf Shores wave pool and the Cutback Cove activity pool at SeaWorld San Antonio. (SeaWorld)
The 400,000-gallon body surfing wave pool at SeaWorld San Antonio will feature five-foot swells. (SeaWorld)
The Cutback Cove activity pool for teens and adults next to the wave pool at SeaWorld San Antonio features waterfalls and a WhiteWater corkscrew slide. (SeaWorld)
Concept art of the Walkabout Waters and Whanua Waters pools at SeaWorld San Antonio. (SeaWorld)
A three-story WhiteWater AquaPlay Eruption water play tower at SeaWorld San Antonio will feature sky-rocketing geysers and giant spill buckets. (WhiteWater)
Concept art of the Whanua Waters pool at SeaWorld San Antonio. (SeaWorld)
The Aquatica San Antonio water park will feature a South Seas theme and sunbathing on sandy beaches. (SeaWorld)
A bird’s eye view of the 20-acre Aquatica water park at SeaWorld San Antonio. (SeaWorld)
The $50 million Aquatica Florida, which debuted in 2008 with 36 slides on 60 acres, cost twice as much and is three times the size of Aquatica San Antonio. (SeaWorld)
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