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Thread: Discovery cove or seaworld?

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    Ive seen some videos on google but is discovery cove just like seaworld but smaller?? and can someone do discovery cove without swimming or does it miss the point?

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    I wouldn't go to Discovery Cove if I didn't swim or want to interact with the dolphins, but then again I don't rate Seaworld that much either, sorry that's not a lot of help is it?









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    Personally I don't think Discovery Cove is worth the money and I definitely wouldn't pay that amount of money to go and not swim.

    Seaworld is an average park. It has become very commercialised and I think it has changed for the worse









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