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Divers approach a Leopard Ray perched against the glass of an exhibit on May 21, in Singapore at the Marine Life Park at Resorts World, one of the city-state’s newest tourist attractions. The Marine Life Park now offers certified divers a chance to participate in an “Open Ocean Dive” for a fee, to explore the 18.2 million liter Open Ocean habitat which is home to manta rays, sharks and other marine life species in a bid to attract more tourists, as well educate the public about marine wildlife and its conservation efforts in the process. 	AP Photo/Wong Maye-E

Wong Maye-E
Divers approach a Leopard Ray perched against the glass of an exhibit on May 21, in Singapore at the Marine Life Park at Resorts World, one of the city-state’s newest tourist attractions. The Marine Life Park now offers certified divers a chance to participate in an “Open Ocean Dive” for a fee, to explore the 18.2 million liter Open Ocean habitat which is home to manta rays, sharks and other marine life species in a bid to attract more tourists, as well educate the public about marine wildlife and its conservation efforts in the process. AP Photo/Wong Maye-E



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