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Photos: Chimelong’s Ocean Kingdom theme park in China

An artist’s rendering of Ocean Kingdom shows a SuperSplash water ride descending between giant walrus-shaped rock sculptures. (Ocean Kingdom)
An artist’s rendering of Ocean Kingdom shows a 190-foot-tall whale shark icon hovering over a central lagoon expected to host a nighttime spectacular. (Ocean Kingdom)
Plans for Ocean Kingdom include a Mack Rides water coaster similar to Poseidon, shown above, at Europa-Park in Germany. (Mack Ride)
Ocean Kingdom is to feature a Mack Rides SuperSplash water coaster similar to Atlantica, shown above, at Europa-Park in Germany. (Mack Rides)
Ocean Kingdom has announced plans for an indoor dark ride to be built by Germany’s Mack Rides. (Mack Rides)
Ocean Kingdom’s signature ride is to be a parrot-themed Bolliger & Mabillard winged coaster with the working title of Flying Over the Rainforest. Above, the GateKeeper, a B&M winged coaster at Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio. (Cedar Point)
Plans for Ocean Kingdom include several SeaWorld-style stadiums that would host performances by Beluga whales, dolphins, sea lions and walruses. Above, SeaWorld’s Blue Horizons dolphin show. (SeaWorld)
Plans call for the centerpiece of Ocean Kingdom to be a 6-million-gallon aquarium dubbed the “largest window in the world” that would house a whale shark, a threatened species and the world’s largest fish. (Ocean Kingdom)
Plans for Ocean Kingdom include an adjacent outdoor shopping mall with a tunnel-like LED digital canopy. (Ocean Kingdom)
Chimelong has postponed plans to build at Ocean Kingdom the world’s tallest Ferris wheel and the world’s longest wooden coaster. The rides may appear in other theme parks envisioned for the resort. (Ocean Kingdom)
Chimelong Group already operates a theme park about 75 miles northwest of Hong Kong that features a ride named the 10 Inversion Coaster. (Ocean Kingdom)
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