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By Angela Gemmill
Final work is underway to finish the renovations at Science North in time for the reopening later this week.
Sudbury’s educational tourist attraction introduced two of its three Animal Ambassadors back into to their homes today.
Science Director, Jennifer Pink, says visitors will noticed the biggest change on the third floor, where the Northern Ecosystems Exhibit is .
She says there are new animal habitats, science exhibits that complement these habitats, new animal demonstrations, and new science demonstrations with Blue Coats.
Quillan the Porcupine and Drifter the Beaver were returned to their permanent homes today.
Rosie the skunk will be returned before the end of the week.
Science North officially reopens on Saturday, but members will get a sneak peak during an open house Thursday (4-9pm) and Friday (11am-9pm).
The renovations have kept the centre closed since October.
(Drifter the Beaver in his new sleeping quarters at Science North)
(Quillan the Porcupine in his Ecosystem at Science North)