SeaWorld’s Mako roller coaster climbs quickly to 200 feet.
SeaWorld’s Mako roller coaster climbs quickly to 200 feet. SeaWorld Orlando
SeaWorld’s Mako roller coaster climbs quickly to 200 feet. SeaWorld Orlando

Grim news kept people away from theme parks

August 29, 2016 06:28 PM

UPDATED August 30, 2016 09:00 AM

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  • SeaWorld will add a new whitewater thrill ride, Infinity Falls

    Infinity Falls, inspired by South America’s rainforests, will feature a 40-foot plunge, which SeaWorld says will be the world’s tallest river rapid drop. On the twisting, four-minute ride on the jungle river, guests will experience the feel of whitewater rapids.