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Today the Department of Superb Smiles is grinning in response to…

Today the Department of Superb Smiles is grinning in response to the contagious and incredibly cute smiles of three baby Bluespotted Stingrays who were born a few weeks ago at the National Sea Life Centre in Birmingham, England.

“Native to the western Indian Ocean and eastern Pacific Ocean, the graceful creatures are a high-risk species, also known as Maskrays, and are currently being threatened by overfishing, exploitation and the destruction of coral reefs. Only breeding once a year, three successful Blue-spotted Stingrays births, from two different mums, is a huge success for The National Sea Life Centre Birmingham.”

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Head over to ZooBorns to learn more about these wonderfully smiley creatures.

[via ZooBorns]

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