Mysterious Liquid Discovered in Universal Studios Water

in Universal Orlando

Guests ride Jurassic Park River Adventure

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The water at Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida, has suddenly changed color.

Universal Studios Florida, Universal's Islands of Adventure, and Universal's Volcano Bay
Credit: Universal Orlando Resort

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The Universal Orlando Resort is home to some truly incredible rides and attraction experiences that only Universal can offer. Rides like Hagrid’s Magical Creatures Motorbike Adventure at the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, and Jurassic World VelociCoaster have truly set a new standard for what it means to be a thrilling and well-themed roller coaster. Sure, rides like Expedition Everest and Avatar Flight of Passage at Disney’s Animal Kingdom and Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind at EPCOT are both impressive in their own right, Universal truly hit it out of the park when it comes to its two newest roller coasters.

However, Guests will find a lot more to do at both Universal Studios Florida and Universal’s Islands of Adventure than just roller coasters. Guests can also enjoy water-based activities like Popeye and Bluto’s Bilge-Rat Barges and Dudley Do-Right’s Ripsaw Falls.

Guests can also experience the classic Jurassic Park River Adventure, a ride that has been operational for decades. Water is a crucial element of any good theme park, and this can be seen at Universal and Disney. Disney was, of course, home to many classic water-based rides such as Kali River Rapids, Pirates of the Caribbean, Living with the Land, and the now-defunct Splash Mountain.

Water is used as a theming element at these resorts as well, and recently, the water changed significantly at the Universal Orlando Resort.

A wide shot of the Hulk Coaster and Suess Landing inside of Islands of Adventure at Universal Orlando Resort
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As you can see in the photo shared below, the water at Universal Studios Orlando is inexplicably turning blue. The specific area is the lagoon near Suess Landing and the Lost Continent.

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A large amount of blue dye has been dumped into the lagoon. This color change is due to some sort of testing going on in the area.

As we stated earlier, the Universal Orlando Resort is home to some truly incredible rides and attractions and will soon be home to a whole new theme park known as Epic Universe. This new park is expected to open sometime in 2025 and will house some truly incredible experiences for Guests. Among the new offerings is SUPER NINTENDO WORLD and a new expansion of Uiversal’s Wizarding World of Harry Potter.

Orlando, Florida, is a fantastic place to spend a vacation, with access to places like SeaWorld, Universal Orlando, LEGOLAND, and, of course, Walt Disney World.

Will you be visiting Epic Universe? What’s your favorite ride at Universal?

Universal Orlando Resort is home to many thrilling and epic attractions that you won’t want to miss. You can experience Hogsmeade, which includes Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey, Hagrid’s Magical Creature Motorbike Adventure, and The Flight of the Hippogriff, as well as Jurassic Park River Adventure, the all-new Jurassic World: Velocicoaster, Skull Island: Reign of Kong, The Amazing Adventures of Spider-Man, The Incredible Hulk Coaster and much more at Universal’s Islands of Adventure.

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