No mantas aren't dangerous, they are completely harmless, as they do not contain a stinger such as the stingray.
the tail of the stingray is the deadliest. It has a sharp barb which can break off in a wound once stung. it is then that venom is emitted into the wound which can cause death.
Well I heard that the stingray is the most deadliest because its sting can kill u in one touch and its back is covered in venom. This is true. Interesting question...
The most dangerous part of the stingray is the barbed, poisoned tail. The mouth isn't really of much concern. Don't worry though. I have been bitten by a stingray (true story) and it doesn't have any teeth. It's like you took two pieces of sandpaper and pressed them on your hands. Discovering that my hand was not tasty, it spat it out. Nothing to be afraid of.
That is a very debatable question. The potential for human harm is highest among animals such as the jellyfish, the stingray, and (if one is a diver) the Moray and Electric eel. The barracuda can be dangerous, but usually only if provoked. A shark is the greatest - but also the rarest - danger. That is just a few considerations. Difficult to give a "most dangerous" answer.
yes they are the can inject you tith poison and it could hurt u verry bad or kill you
A stingray tattoo symbolizes confident, competent, and prepared for anything. Most Divers like stingrays for tattoos.
Most are cold-blooded.
No, a stingray does not mate for life. The time they mate will vary based on where the Stingray is located and the species of the Stingray.
noNo, a stingray is not a mammal. A stingray is a type of fish which is related to the shark.
the length is 14ft.the width varies from stingray to stingray.
No a stingray is not a crustacean.
they mostly use their eye sight.
the one that killed stevey irwin
Gills on the underbelly of the stingray.
With a dead stingray
The stingray is a fish.
a stingray is a consumer.
It is the tail of the stingray that stings. A stingray has a barbed stinger surrounded by a sheath.
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.
Stingray - 1964 Stingray 1-1 is rated/received certificates of: Australia:G
what type of skin does a stingray have
A stingray is a mollusk