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You Can Now Swim With Sharks At Ripley's Aquarium

Are you brave enough to take the plunge?
You Can Now Swim With Sharks At Ripley's Aquarium

Cool, creepy or both? Ripley's Aquarium of Canada in Toronto is offering a new Discovery Dive program that will allow brave-hearted individuals to swim with sharks.

READ ALSO: Canada Is Ranked The 2nd Best Country In The World

The program costs $250 and includes a 30-minute dive in the Dangerous Lagoon, which houses the sharks as well as sea turtles, eels and other cool aquatic animals. A special tour of the aquarium, souvenir merchandise and photos from your dive also comes with that price.

For those who aren't feeling a deep water dive, there's also a snorkeling program held in their Ray Bay where you can swim among stingrays and special breeds of sharks.

So, who's down?

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