Birds of prey and crocodiles on full display at Eastlink Centre

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Birds of prey, crocodiles, dinosaur fossils and other creepy crawly animals are on full display at the EastLink Centre in Charlottetown this weekend.

An educational exhibit hosted by Little Ray’s Reptile Zoo and the Canadian Raptor Conservancy is being held until 6 p.m. Saturday and will continue on Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The exhibit includes full flight bird of prey demonstrations, a new ‘Crocodiles of the World’ exhibit and plenty of dinosaur fossils, including a 38 foot long T-Rex skeleton.

The day also has a number of animals the public can interact with.

Little Ray’s Reptile Zoo is accredited by Canada’s Accredited Zoos and Aquariums, which ensures safety policies, procedures are protocols are in place.

The Canadian Raptor Conservancy is a leader in bird of prey demonstrations, having worked with major zoos, nature centres, parks and provincial and federal partners for more than 20 years.

More details on the exhibit are available at http://raysreptiles.com/2013/10/20dinosaurs-past-and-present/

Organizations: Eastlink Centre, Reptile Zoo, Canadian Raptor Conservancy

Geographic location: Charlottetown, Canada

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