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Stingray Beach Exhibit Coming to Assiniboine Park Zoo

Stingray Beach Exhibit Coming to Assiniboine Park Zoo

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The Stingray Beach exhibit will open May 16 at the Assiniboine Park Zoo. (APC)
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Visitors will be able to feed the stingrays for an additional cost. (APC)

A new aquatic exhibit coming to the Assiniboine Park Zoo this summer will feature stingrays.

Stingray Beach will be on display in a new rotating exhibit gallery in advance of Victoria Day long weekend.

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Assiniboine Park Seeking 150 Summer Volunteers

Assiniboine Park Seeking 150 Summer Volunteers

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One of two rescued male harbour seals now on display at Assiniboine Park Zoo. (APC / FACEBOOK)

The Assiniboine Park Conservancy has put the call out for 150 volunteer positions to help in a variety of roles in the park and zoo this summer.

APC is looking for people with a variety of skill sets and interests as part of the search.

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White-Handed Gibbon Born at Assiniboine Park Zoo

White-Handed Gibbon Born at Assiniboine Park Zoo

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Maya and Samson are the parents to the newest baby gibbon at Assiniboine Park Zoo. (APC / HANDOUT)
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A white-handed gibbon was born at Assiniboine Park Zoo on February 4. (APC / HANDOUT)

WINNIPEG — The Assiniboine Park Zoo is home to a baby white-handed gibbon after a recent birth on February 4.

The gibbon is the first offspring for Maya (female) and Samson (male). Its sex is unknown as zoo staff have taken a “hands-off” approach by letting the parents get acquainted first.

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Two Rescued Harbour Seals Welcomed to Assiniboine Park Zoo

Two Rescued Harbour Seals Welcomed to Assiniboine Park Zoo

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One of two rescued male harbour seals now on display at Assiniboine Park Zoo. (APC / FACEBOOK)

WINNIPEG — Two rescued harbour seals are now living at Assiniboine Park Zoo after arriving from the west coast.

Cetus and Camrose, both male, come from Vancouver Aquarium Marine Mammal Rescue Centre and recently completed the standard 30-day quarantine period to join the zoo’s other seals.

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