Celebrations are underway at Bray Sea Life Centre as the first Irish-born Cownose Stingray has arrived.
The baby Cownose Stingray comes in at 30cm long and 680g in weight but experts say it's still to early to determine whether it's male or female.
Celebrations are under way at National SEA LIFE Bray following the birth of the first baby Cownose Stingray in Ireland. pic.twitter.com/9h8GOWmd1h
— RTÉ News (@rtenews) April 14, 2017
The Cownose Stingray is listed as a 'near-threatened species' which makes the arrival of the new tot all the more wonderful.
Management at the Sea Life Centre are now inviting suggestions as to what to call the little guy or girl.
Any ideas? Let us know in the comments.