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Shots of some of the animals in the aquarium tanks and penguins.
Exterior shots of the seats, roller coasters, other rides and attractions, people riding the rides.
Interior and exterior shots of the employees at work behind their desks, out and about at the park, in conference rooms, hosting games, helping guests navigate the park, training other employees.
Exterior shots of the park roller coasters, rides, attractions, displays, games, ride lines, signs, turnstiles, and restaurants. Regular and fast motion shots traveling the park walkways using the...
Exterior shots of the rides and roller coaster signs, health/height requirement signs, park event schedule signs, themed area decoration signs, themed maps and direction signs, event advertisements...
Interior shots of official park signs, departments, offices, employee titles, and employee’s benefit posters.
Exterior shots of park guests walking around the park, reading maps, watching games, standing in line for rides, riding rides and roller coasters, going through security check points, talking to...
Footage of equipment, chemicals, and a forensic biologist working with samples inside the toxicology lab.
Interior shots Turner Sports, including the TS logo, Atlanta Braves statue, and employees playing basketball, foosball, and mini-putt golf.
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