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South America's largest aquarium boasts a 650-foot underwater tunnel

Brazil’s newest aquarium features a 650-foot underwater tunnel, inviting guests to venture into a marine world few have ever seen before. AquaRio is set to become South America’s largest aquarium when it opens in Rio de Janeiro on November 9. Its one-of-a-kind glass tunnel and huge collection of marine animals promises to lure in visitors from all over the continent. AquaRio is not just a large aquarium; it’s enormous.
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