Shaq Films Tanked Season Finale at New SEA LIFE Orlando Aquarium

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Shaquille O’Neal, Wayde King and Brett Raymer scout Orlando’s new aquarium for inspiration

ORLANDO, Fla., Oct. 13, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Basketball legend Shaquille O’Neal, and Animal Planet’s Tanked stars, Wayde King and Brett Raymer visited SEA LIFE Orlando Aquarium for the season finale of the hit series.

Before finalizing the design for a new tank in Shaq’s Orlando home, the trio explored SEA LIFE’s 360-degree walkthrough ocean tunnel, Stingray Cove and other habitats to find inspiration within Orlando’s newest aquarium.

“This is the second tank we have done for Shaq and we wanted to go even bigger this time,” said Wayde King. “What better way to get inspired than having Shaq bring us to Orlando’s best aquarium.”

The season finale of Tanked will premiere on Animal Planet on Nov. 20 at 10 p.m. EST.

SEA LIFE Orlando is an immersive, one-of-kind aquarium experience that allows marine life enthusiasts to experience the magical world beneath the our oceans of the world with Orlando’s only 360-degree walkthrough ocean tunnel, bubble aquariums, floor-to-ceiling displays, a cold water rock pool featuring sea stars and anemones, 180-degree ocean tunnel, a special area dedicated to the Florida Everglades and more than 32 habitats featuring more than 5,000 sea animals. The 25,000-square foot aquarium attraction is home to colorful fish, sharks, sea horses, stingrays, jellies, a rescue green sea turtle and much more. For tickets and more information, go to

As co-owners of Las Vegas-based Acrylic Tank Manufacturing (ATM), one of the country’s most successful builders of aquariums and two of Sin City’s most imaginative businessmen, Wayde King and Brett Raymer are tasked with building some of the most enormous and awe- inspiring tanks and aquariums for top celebrities, luxury hotels and casinos, Fortune 500 businesses, private homes and millionaire homeowners across the country that are filled with the most exotic, unusual, colorful and dangerous fish in the world. ATM takes on more than 200 projects every year with tanks ranging from 50 to one million gallons in size.

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