DENVER (CBS4) – Visitors to Denver Zoo will soon be able to touch and feed stingrays.

“You’re here! Our stingrays and sharks have just come back from their winter vacation and are getting to know their home at the Denver Zoo again!” Zoo officials posted on Facebook.

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Weather permitting, the seasonal Stingray Cove ™ experience will reopen on Saturday.

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Visitors have a chance to touch and feed cownose, and southern stingrays get up close and personal with gentle bamboo and crested-head sharks.

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There is an additional cost of $ 2 for members / $ 3 for non-members plus $ 2 for fish feed.