The new stars of Mall of America's Sea Life Aquarium seem to have a bit of "stage fright."
"The stingrays are still acclimating to their new home, so unfortunately at this time visitors are unable to meet the rays to ensure the health of the animals," according to Sea Life Minnesota's website.
John Sullwold, marketing director for Sea Life, told City Pages some of the aquarium's newer stingrays have had trouble adjusting to the new 12,000-gallon pool where visitors can touch the rays.
The "stressed-out" stingrays will move off-exhibit into special tanks behind the scenes until they get used to their new home, while rays they've had longer will be on-exhibit, the publication notes.
The other exhibits at Sea Life are still open.