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The Oklahoma Aquarium is 72,000-square-foot public aquarium built in 2002 and opened on May 28, 2003 in Jenks, a southern suburb of Tulsa. The Oklahoma Aquarium is home to the world's largest exhibit of bull sharks, as well as a loggerhead sea turtle, zebra shark, and humphead wrasse. As of 2020, the aquarium has more than 500 species and 10,000 animals. The original concept of the idea was brought to the forefront by Tulsa and abandoned. The City of Jenks' former Mayor Mike Tinker, former City Manager Randy Ewing, P.R. Ramey and several other Tulsa philanthropists pitched their money alongside tax dollars to fund the project. The facility, designed by the architecture firm SPARKS and constructed by Ross Group, features eight exhibits including sites that focus on invertebrates, Oklahoma species, Ozark habitats, a coral reef, and sharks. The aquarium also formerly housed the Karl and Beverly White National Fishing Tackle Museum, a major collection of 30,000 pieces of antique fishing tackle donated by Karl White. Mr. White withdrew his collection in 2010. Wikipedia
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