Yes they do.
They are Chordates but are not Vertebrates.
jellyfish, sharks, skates, stingrays, cuttlefish are some examples
They are vertebrates - animals with a backbone. Lastly, most of them have scales for protection. Sharks, salmon, stingrays, and sailfish are all examples of fish. ... Jellyfish and starfish are not fish, because they do not have backbones.
The collective noun for 'stingrays' is a fever of stingrays.
a migration of stingrays
how stingrays breed: stingrays breed under the sand from:chloe Henderson
Crabs are scavengers; they will eat stingrays if the stingrays are already dead.
Yes. Toads have backbones.
You can eat stingrays.
Stingrays do not have eyelids.
Yes, they aren't the original Stingrays, but they are called Stingrays.
Although stingrays are cartilaginous, they are vertebrates.
No,stingrays are NOT vertebrates.They have cartilage,not bones.
stingrays that aren't poisnous
I am 99% sure that stingrays are nektons
Are there stingrays in Louisiana? In the gulf of Mexico
stingrays do not bite they have a stinger in the tale
"Do clownfish have backbones?" Yes. They do have backbones because they are vertebrates
Pigs do have backbones.
it has 2 backbones
Yes it do have backbones.
squids do not have backbones
Yes they do have backbones.
All snakes have backbones.
No cicadas do not have backbones, they are invertebrates. Any Animal and insects that is an invertebrates do not have backbones.