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Rays

Parent Category: Saltwater Fish
Rays are cartilaginous fishes related to sharks with flat, disk-like bodies.
sharks, seals, sea lions and large species of carnivorous fish  along with humans.
Sharks are ruthless carnivores and will go after pretty much  anything live beneath the water, they do not see a stingray, they  see a thanksgiving platter!
Nowhere unfortunatly...Stingrays are becoming an invasive species  in most countries...the best place to go to get less stingrays is  in for suburban places.
A stingray usually lives at the bottom of coral reefs. But mainly speaking, no.
Yes they do. Their skin feels very silky, almost like velvet.
Scientific name: Dasyatis laosensis,French name: Raie dulcicole du Mékong,English name: Mekong freshwater stingray
Manta at Seaworld opened on May 22, 2009 so it was probably built  one or two years before it opened
sting rays adapt to their new environment they can go under the sand because it is not adapted to the new environment. in other ways stingrays just swim freely
While each species of ray and shark are just that, their own species, both rays and sharks are fish and both belong to the same subclass of cartilaginous fish known as Elasmobranchii. Skates, which look very similar to rays, are also part of this subclass of fish. For more information about the...
Manta Rays grow to a much larger size than Stingrays, but I'd say the biggest difference is that Stingrays have a "stinger", a hard, thin rod-like appendage that lies in a groove in it's tail until it's frightened or threatened at which time it will will 'lift' it up, out and over it's back, and...
Yes. This is confusing because stingrays are fish, members of the  class chondrichthyes (or cartilaginous fish like sharks) but they  are also member of the phylum chordata. Chordates are vertebrates.  So yes, they are vertebrates, but they have a cartilaginous  skeleton.
Yes, they have gills that allow them to get oxygen from the water.
first of all this doesn't even make sense so you shouldn't be typing this so you wouldn't be able to see this
they use their sting tail to protect themselves
One thing to be sure of, is that you don't get STINGRAYS and MANTARAYS confused. Mantarays sip..stingaz don't
A stingray belongs to the shark family.
Stingrays can grown up to 3 feet long or 6 feet long it depends on the size :)
No, a stingray is a fish not a amphibian. They live in the oceans  saltwater and there are many different species of them.
  About 50 ray species throughout the world regularly venture into fresh water. More than two dozen species are capable of surviving their life cycles in fresh water. At the extreme, several ray species in the Amazon River Basin have become so rigidly adapted to river life that they cannot...
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yes, Mr. Ray, from finding nemo, is a spotted eagle ray.
They can. Steve Irwin was killed when one stabbed him in the chest with the tail and it killed him.
Objects like solar flares, supernovae, black  holes and other galaxies. 
  The natural enemies of Eagle Rays are Sharks mainly the Tiger Shark
Yes, actually they can swim pretty fast
They have to live in the water , they eat fish , crustaceans , and mollusks . that's about it !by embrishaa = )
  when the usually non-aggressive creatures feel threatened or are trodden on, they are capable of delivering horrific, agonising injuries by lashing out with the razor-sharp, barbed sting at the end of their tails. The barbs, which grow out of the bayonet-like sting like fingernails, are...
A stingray is considered to be a fish. It is in a special class of  fish that have flat bodies.
Stingrays can be up to 20 different colours
The stingray is a vertebrate, scientifically classified in thephylum Chordata. Its skeleton is made of cartilage instead of bone,but it still has a vertebrate skeleton. AND IT IS A CHORDATE Stingrays are vertebrates
  ray can weigh up to 760 lb.
Most rays have developed heavy, rounded teeth for crushing the shells of bottom-dwelling species such as snails, clams, oysters, crustaceans and some fish, depending on the species. Manta Rays feed on plankton.
they will sting people if you get to close
  They eat insects, worms...
they live in schools and fish what ever you believe.
By stepping on them because they don't see them
Nobody does. The manta birostris cares for itself when it is born.
what is a male manta ray called
Gamma rays kill living things fairly effectively. This includes bacteria that may be in food. They are more effective, relative to changes in the food, than heat. Therefore, food irradiated with gamma rays can keep longer, have better nutrition, taste better, and have a fresher texture than food...
He lives in Goole
infrared rays can be found in sunflower
They don't want you to hurt them or their family.
Manta rays can grow much bigger than stingrays. Mantas can grow upto 23 feet while stingrays can grow up to 6.5 feet.
In my (very limited) experience, I have come across stingrays with two different eye colours - brown and blue. I would think that it is likely that there are more colours, but those are the only ones I've seen personally.
An infrared-red ray is a chemically altered substance that attracts small, winged animals such as ducks.
in the botom of the ocean under sand they hurt me :o
  These animals are predators, and they eat all types of invertebrates and also fish, that they catch near or upon the bottom of the ocean (or rivers, in the case of the few freshwater species). If you look at the ventral side of a ray you'll see its mouth, which appears small and pretty...
everthing even you and kittens !
Both are high energy ionising forms of electromagnetic radiation. The real difference is a kind of arbitrary cut off point between the two on the EM spectrum.
  The only threat which has recently emerged is the non-stop dumping of pollution in the seas which affect the Stingray's prey
A sting ray swims slowly through the water.
They don't aggressively attack humans but they do sting if they are accidently stepped on feel they are in harm and need to protect themselves:)
Because the small ones cant get enough food.
trash in the ocean.
When a male is courting a female, he will follow her closely, biting at her pectoral disc. Stingrays bear live young in "litters" of five to thirteen. The femaleholds the embryos in the womb without a placenta. Instead, the embryos absorb nutrients from a yolk sac, and after the sac is depleted, the...
I think the four closest synonyms for rays are: Beam, streak, glare, or column of light.It depends on what kind of rays you are suggesting then it could be; bar, blaze, blink, emanation, flash, flicker, gleam, glimmer, glint, glitter, hint, incandescence, irradiation, light, moonbeam, patch, pencil,...
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Gamma Rays can sterilise equipment for surgeons to use also they can kill of cancerous cells.
I don't know exactly where but in grand cayman and Cozumel they're very populated
Yes both mature, and baby sting rays can sting, because when they are born they have a cap over there stinger, so they dont sting the mother. And the cap will fall off when they are born.
Chondrichtyes, or sharks and rays. Literally 'cartilage fish'.
Sting rays don't have a back bone. They have cartilage there.
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plankton and small fish occasionally
i think it's just manta rays
Lower frequency, therefore lower energies.
It is a very odd question but this is all the important information i know so far i am going to get my chronologically optional crew so we can figure it out together!
manta rays cannot bite they have no teeth and they are filter  feeders :)
  The life cycle of a manta (i think) goes something like this:   A male and a female manta mate.   A baby manta egg is "growing" (if u catch my meaning) inside the mother manta's belly.   The egg hatches (still inside the mothers belly)   The baby is born (it is rolled up like a...
Lifespan is 20 years on average for a Devil Ray also known as the Manta Ray Manta ray is their actual name. so it'd make more sense if you said:Lifespan is 20 years on average for a Manta Ray also known as the Manta Ray.just so you know.
No, Manta Rays use sexual reproduction.
They are all regions of the Electromagnetic SpectrumThey travel at the Speed of Light at 2.98 x 108 ms-1They are invisible to the human eyeThey all travel as transverse wavesThey all interact with other particles as photons.
you walk on it and it stings you duhhh ya stupidsss!!
Yes there are stingrays that can't sting!
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There is no nurturing from the mother. They leave after birth, commonly mating afterwards.
large lakes or in seas