Ripley’s Aquarium Walkthrough | Myrtle Beach, SC
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THE AMAZING RIPLEY'S AQUARIUM | FULL TOUR | MYRTLE BEACH SOUTH CAROLINA
Full tour of Ripley's Aquarium at Broadway at the Beach in Myrtle Beach South Carolina! We take you inside to see all of the exhibits, the shark tunnel, the sea turtle, touch tank, glass bottom boat, rainbow rock, touch a jelly fish, a dive show, snack shop and more! This video is to help you plan your Myrtle Beach vacation!
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RIPLEY'S AQUARIUM TOUR | BROADWAY at the BEACH | MYRTLE BEACH SOUTH CAROLINA
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Ripley's Aquarium is a $40 million, state-of-the-art, 87,000 square-foot aquarium experience, located at Broadway at the Beach in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. It is South Carolina's most visited attraction, where guests are entertained by some of the world's most beautiful, fascinating and dangerous aquatic life. Visit us for more information:
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After being entertained by a pirates voyage during dinner, we took a trip down to Ripley's Aquarium in Myrtle Beach, SC. The scenery within the facility was truly an awesome experience as we obviously decided to capture some video. The video captured soon turned into this rough edit to help others experience what we did.
Our favorite part was the dangerous reef which consisted of the sandtiger shark, green sea turtle, green moray eel, stingray, sawfish, squirrelfish, sandbar shark, nurse shark, tarpon. This was a 340-foot long glidepath that navigated the way through an acrylic tunnel.
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Ripleys Aquarium - Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
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Ripley's Aquarium of Myrtle Beach, SC claims to have the largest Christmas tree display in South Carolina and after this visit, I believe it! This is an amazing and beautiful display and a must see if visiting the area during the holiday season. Did you see your state represented? Thanks for watching!
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Ripley's Aquarium - Myrtle Beach, SC
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Ripley's Aquarium Myrtle Beach, SC| Homeschool Trip 2017
Hi loves! Join us as we explore Ripley's Aquarium at Myrtle Beach. This is the last homeschool field trip we did for 3rd grade. We got to pet horseshoe crabs, sharks, and jelly fish!
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The Mermaid's Show at Ripley's Aquarium in Myrtle Beach SC
The Ripley's Mermaid Show:
Kids and adults alike will enjoy this lively show, set to music, where mermaids frolic among the rays and sharks in Ray Bay! Space is limited, so arrive at least 15-30 minutes early to make sure you get a seat!
•Mermaids Now Swimming!: 11:30 am, 1:00 pm, 2:30 pm, 4:00 pm, 5:30 pm, 7:00 pm, 8:30 pm
1110 Celebrity Circle
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
Ripley's Aquarium Myrtle Beach South Carolina
Ripleys Aquarium Myrtle Beach South Carolina
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Great place to spend a few hours... Large Sharks & Lots of fish...Countless StingRays and Hand On Events...All footage shot with my GoPro Hero 3 Black Edition and edited with Sony Vegas
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Sea Turtle 'Magnolia' Swims After Rehab at Ripley's Aquarium, Myrtle Beach
This video is about Sea Turtle 'Magnolia' Swims After Rehab at Ripley's Aquarium, Myrtle Beach Ripley’s Aquarium of Myrtle Beach releases “Magnolia”, a female Loggerhead sea turtle that was found stranded on a local beach last spring, Saturday, Sept. at Huntington Beach State Park, 16148 Ocean Hwy, Murrells Inlet, SC, according to an article in the Sun News. “Magnolia was discovered by a beach walker in North Litchfield, stranded on the shore near Magnolia Beach, and transported to the South Carolina Aquarium in Charleston. Upon initial examination by the animal care staff at the SC Aquarium Sea Turtle Hospital, Magnolia was found to be emaciated, anemic, covered in barnacles and made little effort to move. Magnolia was given fluids, vitamins, antibiotics and her vitals were routinely checked until it was determined she was strong enough to travel. Once Magnolia began to show some signs of improvement, she was moved to Ripley’s Aquarium in July. The Animal Husbandry Team at Ripley’s worked to remove barnacles from Magnolia’s shell, as well as conducted a series of blood tests and check-ups to ensure she was making progress. Magnolia has had quite a voracious appetite (she eats about 10 lbs of seafood per day) since her arrival and now weighs in at an impressive 202 pounds, the release states. She was found beached, motionless and covered in barnacles by a S.C.U.T.E. (S.C. United Turtle Enthusiasts) volunteer in May. She’s gained 30-40 pounds since being found near Loggerhead Lane in North Litchfield Beach. Magnolia heads to the ocean at Huntington Beach State Park on Saturday. She was found beached, anemic and at least 50 pounds underweight in May. With antibiotics, vitamins and a progressive diet, she rallied from hardly moving to swimming in one of 14 tanks at S.C. Aquarium Sea Turtle Hospital in Charleston. Magnolia wasn’t in a hurry to go home. The last time she left the ocean was to die. But early Saturday morning, she drew a crowd of more than 300 people at Huntington Beach State Park to watch the Loggerhead sea turtle paddle about 25 yards into the waves. “She’s a diva. I mean, anybody named Magnolia has to be a diva,” Kathy Raley said after watching her paddle a few feet, pause, lift her head, look toward the crowd, paddle a few more feet and give the look over and over again until she reached the waves. Raley and her husband Bill Raley, North Litchfield Beach S.C.U.T.E. (South Carolina United Turtle Enthusiasts) coordinators, were alerted early on May 17 that a turtle was covered in barnacles and had beached itself. They found her motionless near Loggerhead Lane and Magnolia Beach. The Raleys delivered her to fellow S.C.U.T.E. volunteers Terry Graham and Debbie Donnelly for a drive to the S.C. Aquarium Sea Turtle Hospital in Charleston. Magnolia was anemic and at least 50 pounds underweight. With antibiotics, vitamins and a progressive diet, she rallied from hardly moving to swimming in one of the hospital’s 14 tanks in a few weeks. Magnolia was transferred to Ripley’s Aquarium in Myrtle Beach in July. “She weighs 202 pounds today. She was 185 pounds when we received her,” Tim Handsel said. The director of husbandry and assistant general manager at Ripley’s said the turtle had gained 30 to 40 pounds in Charleston but needed more time to recuperate and fatten up before being released. The release, he said, was approved by the state Department of Natural Resources. Handsel is confident Magnolia is healthy so she won’t be beaching herself again in the next few days. Smiling as he looked at the ocean, he said she’d regained her appetite eating about 10 pounds of seafood a day at the Ripley’s facility and she was alert and “very active.' Magnolia’s rehabilitation at Ripley’s is the first time it’s been sent a turtle from the Sea Turtle Hospital, Bethany Marshall of Ripley’s said. Last article by BY JANET BLACKEN MORGAN of the Sun News whose outstanding photos appeared in the Sunday Sept. 11, 2016 issue of the newspaper.
Myrtle Beach Ripley's Aquarium Penguin Exhibit Update - February 2019 Broadway At The Beach
This is an update on the Ripley's Aquarium penguin exhibit in Myrtle Beach, SC at Broadway at the Beach as of February 14th, 2019.
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Ripley's Aquarium of Myrtle Beach
Ripley's Aquarium of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Ripley's Aquarium Myrtle Beach SC
Ripley's Aquarium Myrtle Beach 12-13-2011 Ripley's Aquarium of Myrtle Beach is next to the ocean, the scenic beauty and the abundance of water all around make the town of Myrtle Beach a natural location for a world-class aquarium.