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Parent Category: Saltwater Fish
Rays are cartilaginous fishes related to sharks with flat, disk-like bodies.
yes there is something positive they are used in x rays and radiation. but they are very powerful they can penetrate concrete! gamma rays can be used to kill insects and bacteria on foods. they are also used to steralize medical equipment. gamma rays also have a tissue penetrating property, making t…
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There are five species of stingray that are currently listed with the status of "endangered" , according to the IUCN Red List. There are many other species listed from "data deficient" to "vulnerable". The "endangered" species are the Ganges Stingray Marbled Whipray Mekong Freshwater Stingray Whi…
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Tejveer can see.
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From 15-25 years in the wild. I don't know about in conservation...
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15-25 years
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All rays in fact give live birth. Their relatives, the skates, do lay eggs. Those egg cases are called mermaid's purses.
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The uses of a gamma ray are the following:· In hospitals they use gamma rays for killing cancerous parts of the body.· In the industries they use them to examine wields in oil pipelines or metallic castings.· To detect beryllium you use gamma rays.· An important development of the atom bomb was …
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These animals are predators, and they eat all types of plankton and also fish, that they catch near or upon the bottom of the ocean or rivers.
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The director of The Sting was George Roy Hill.
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Laser rays are many light rays focused into a single light ray. That ray is a laser ray. The more lights rays focused into a single ray, the more powerful the laser ray.
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Gamma Rays are very powerful
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I suspect you mean alpha ray as in alpha radiation. In which case an alpha ray consists of helium nuclei. The most common source of such rays is radioactive decay.
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the Atlantic sting ray eats snapping turtles
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A gamma ray is an extremely high energy photon or "ray" of electromagnetic radiation. Gamma rays appear at the extreme upper end of the electromagnetic spectrum, up above X-rays with a bit of overlap. Their wavelengths are on the order of 10-11 meters (10 picometers), which translates into a frequen…
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Answer Please see the link below, which may be a good starting point.
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they are scavengers so they feed off remains or krill
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Steve Irwin
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They have a stinger at the end of their tail.
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The clown fish's body is covered with scales and mucus over them.
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The natural predators of the Stingray are warm water sharks such as the Tiger Shark .
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sharks
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Manta rays are the largest rays. They have the biggest body-brain ratio of the sharks, rays, and skates. They live in the tropical waters, usually around coral reefs and feed on plankton.
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Fry.
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Mating season occurs in the winter. When a male is courting a female, he will follow her closely, biting at her pectoral disc. During mating, the male will go on top of the female (his belly on her back) and put one of his claspers into her vent. Most rays are viviparous, bearing live young in "lit…
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We humans find the colour red a warning because our instinct tells us to. The reason for this is because it's the colour of blood. This still remained from the time we were hunters.
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any of various mostly cold-blooded aquatic vertebrates usually having scales and breathing through gills; "the shark is a large fish"; "in the living room there was a tank of colorful fish"the flesh of fish used as food; "in Japan most fish is eaten raw"; "after the scare about foot-and-mouth diseas…
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Sting rays are wide and flat, they can grow up to 2.5 meters. There barb is yousualy 35 cm.
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Mostly black, but some are dark brown.
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Manta Rays eat plankton and small organisms like fish larvae that they filter from the water by passing it through their mouths and out of their gills as they swim. The small organisms are caught on branchial gill plates.
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normally, headachey, your eyes feel really heavy and full, you feel very nauseous all day and your body feels very weak, feverish sometimes, sometimes vomiting, very tired...
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Stingrays can be very dangerous, with their venomous spine on the whip-like tail. Be very careful when wading in shallow water along the coast, most people get stung when they step on a ray half buried in the sand.Yes. sting rays are very dangerous some are even poisinous their stingers are located …
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Gamma radiation has a very short wavelength. This is dangerous to us soft-tissued mammals because our body's natural defenses (like our skin) are unable to keep the radiation out. Gamma radiation has been linked to cancer under the assumption that our cells, once exposed, can be mutated into a canc…
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Manta rays, as well as sharks, are members of a group of fish called elasmobronchs. This means that their entire skeleton is made of cartilage. Elasmobranchs are vertebrates (have a backbone -- made of cartilage).
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it can't do you any bad Well, Manta Rays don't sting. They are harmless. Stingrays are the dangerous ones. They don't aggressively attack humans. They are timid and curious creatures, but it is possible to get stung if you step on one. If they loose their barb, nothing happens. It just grows back.
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According to my 4 year old son - Manta rays eat small fish and plankton. Stingrays eat shelled bottom dwelling animals (molluscs, crustaceans) and sometimes bottom dwelling fish.
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They eat mollusks, crustaceans and small fish.
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It has scales that are smooth allowing for less friction and smooth flow of water. it is adapted to swim in a sideways movement, allowing/giving it more aglity. it has a powerful tail that gives fast movement and speed.
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A RAY OF LIGHT IS A RAY THAT THE SUN PRODUCES AND IT SHINES ON STUFF ~ this was said by 8th grader~ its the right answer :) ^ KISS: Keep It Simple, Stupid. I like it. (Alternative): Light, is electromagnetic radiation composed out of photons. A ray is a line with one end, and the other end exten…
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They eat mostly shrimp,or small fish.
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The loose skin is so that they can curl into balls; the muscles are to raise their quills to use as a defense.
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From 10inches to 6 feet but they are usually 35 inches long or 2 feet 11 inches.
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Baby stingrays are called "sting rays" the reason why some other fish have separate names during there life cycle is because their morphology changes. eg baby salmon are called fry . since a Stingrays are ovoviviparous, bearing live young in "litters" of five to thirteen, The female holds the embryo…
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Answer Sting rays do not have many predators except for the occasional large shark.
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air population , water population , fighting population , noise population ,
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These animals are predators, and they eat all types of plankton and also fish, that they catch near or upon the bottom of the ocean or river's.
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Infrared rays are electromagnetic waves with a wavelength longer than the wavelength of visible 'red' light [or you could say they have a lower frequency than red light]. Infrared 'light' is used in TV remote controls to transmit information to an infrared receiver on the TV, and also in security sy…
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Manta rays are filter feeders and eat plankton.
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No manta rays are classified in the fish family and actually related to sharks.
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Sting rays love to eat shrimp through there holes underneath them not the holes on there sidethey suck there food up like spaghettie
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15-25 years
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upto 760 lb
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Their tails have stingers, and they belong to a family of fish known as the rays. Manta rays are close relatives of stingrays, for example.
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Well, they live in the the bottom of the ocean. They can live in fresh water in any tropical region in Asia, Africa and anywhere in the USA. They live in the ocean bed!Where do stingrays live?Stingrays can be found in both freshwater and marine habitats throught the world. Most of the river stingray…
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Stingrays, with their wide, flat bodies are fish. They are related to sharks, and, like their shark cousins, they do not have bones. Stingrays have broad fins that run the all along their bodies, giving them a flat, roundish shape. These they flap like wings.It looks like a catfish but has stingers …
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The stingray is a tertiary consumer. They dine on fish which may also dine on other fish. And those fish are primary consumers that eat algae.
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The stingray's environment is in the Pacific Ocean. It lives under water.
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X rays and gamma rays are both in the electromagnetic spectrum, gamma rays can come from nuclear bombs (which can pass through metals and concrete). X rays are used in many places, in the hospital, the air port, and many more, I don't really know what their source is I'll have to check in my science…
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the least dangerous jellyfish is maybe jellyfish that live in freshwater
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Yes, stingrays can pose a threat, and could possibly cause one to die. Apparently, they are "cousins" of the shark. It's well-known that a stingray was what caused the death of the "Crocodile Hunter" Steve Irwin. While sharks have very powerful bites, stingrays have a spiney "tail" and small mouths…
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It depends on the size of the ray. Sharks, larger rays, and man are its most common hunters.
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Gamma rays are the most dangerous kind of radiation. When massive stars die they may give off gamma rays. It is the "birth cry" of a black hole. When you are on the surface of the earth, you get very little, when you are a flying airplane you get a bit more, and when your in space you get very lar…
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A stingray is a type of fish related to the shark, so they do not have bones, they have cartilage which makes them very flexible. They are usually somewhat triangular in shape, and several species also have back legs.
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No, it's actually a type of fish that is related to sharks. Some rays are freshwater rays. Please access the related link below for more information:
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Stingrays like sharks are viviparous meaning they bear live young. An adult female stingray will only have one litter per year of 2-6 pups. The young are born able to feed and fend for themselves at almost half their adult weight, It is very important that the few young that are born survive so a gr…
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When their tails grow on 2 meters.
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you shouldn't without a person who knows what there doing, but i have done it before only if they cut of the ends of the tails cuz they killed Steve Irwin with the tail so yah the tails don't need to be cut off. you just need to have proper supervision and only touch the wings. Even if you know w…
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i believe that they are indeed not legal in the state of Massachusetts but elsewhere in Canada and the southern provinces of russia they are in fact allowed at speeds lower than 2-7 knots per hour
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Yes, they aren't the original Stingrays, but they are called Stingrays.
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like a compass needle, north and south are opposite rays on the needle. same for west and east.2 opposite rays always make a line, and they share the same endpoint<-----------@--------------@------------> (the @ sign is the endpoint of one of the rays)
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in boston
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Most people assume it's straight up and down but actually the way to get the most out of the bench press and the actual way most people perform this exercise is taking it at a slight curve on the way down more towards the body, and pressing at a slight curve as you return the bar back up, curving it…
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The movement of a stingray is accomplished through rajiform locomotion, which generates thrust by undulatory waves passing down the enlarged pectoral fins. The movement is produced by alternate firing activity in the dorsal and ventral muscles from the anterior to posterior ends of the fin.
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20-45 feet
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There are 38 species of lamprey and only 18 species are blood sucking parasites. It is known for attaching itself to animals such as fish and living off of its blood.
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a long time but i dont know how long
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Compared to X-rays, gamma rays are more energetic, have a higher frequency, and a smaller wavelength.
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Some species of stingrays are endangered due to pollution and overfishing. Some species of stingray that are endangered are the Ganges Stingray, Giant Freshwater Stingray, Izu Stingray, and the Marbled Freshwater Stingray.
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A stingrays predators are mainly humans, sharks, and other rays, depending on each one's size.
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The rough tail stingray is the largest stingray ever witnessed, it is caught in the fresh water rivers of Thailand's the largest one ever caught weighed somewhere between 225 and 250 kilograms Does the largest rough tail stingray weigh between 225 and 250 kilograms
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yes it is a carnivore
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sharks, skates, and rays have skeletons made of cartilidge
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Aprox. 27 mp/h | 43km/h
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The Manta Ray with the largest known specimen having been about 7.6 m (about 25 ft) across, with a weight of about 2,300 kg (about 5,000 lb).
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crabs,worms,clams,small fish, and crustaceans
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Manta Ray is a harmless creatures and they have a very short barb that is not very sharp and it is totally harmless, it contains no posion. Stingray contains posion barb but Manta Ray don't. The reason why manta ray are called devil fish is because The name "devil ray" comes from the manta ray's ext…
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I've checked various sources and I found that 3 of them said, "Their life span is unknown to us." Apparently the life span of the stingrays has not been tracked. well I've done my research and it says that stingrays can live up to 15-25years in the wild in 4 websites.
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There are 70 species of stingrays with a variety of sizes from the size of your palm up to 14 feet in length. So the size of the young (pups) will vary too.
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Sting rays hunt alone
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The Amazonian Alpha sting ray, is the largest sting ray in the world. It averages at 75 feet and 2,554 pounds
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Well all fish have gills, fins, are coldblooded, and have a backbone.
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the average span of snake is about 10-12 years
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crustaceans, small fish, shrimp, and mollusks
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ask.com says that"stingrays do migrate."<gabby0627 even nationalgeographic.com has a picture showing that stingray travel in the pacific and Atlantic ocean near the equator<gabby0627
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They have moved from Sea water to fresh water.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 adap…
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They eat off the ground of the ocean! -Natalie Schmidt
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stingrays can be found in grand cayman at stingray city near the barrier reef your question is a little vague. The stingrays are a family of fish-Dasyatidae-of rays, cartilaginous fishes related to sharks. therefore different stingrays live in different parts of the world; However They are common …
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Stingrays come from the ocean. Stingrays are found in parts of the ocean that are warmer and more shallow. A stingray has a tail that stuns its prey with an electric shock.
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