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Cute But Not Cuddly

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M2K Kids

on 24 March 2014

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Transcript of Cute But Not Cuddly

A stingray can weigh up to 790lbs and can grow up to 6 feet and 7 inches tall. The lifespan in the wild is 15 to 25 years old. It's underside has two grooves with venom glands. Most stingrays are relatively widespread and not currently threatened or endangered.
The tail may also be used manuever in water. But it's primary purpose is protection, The Stingrays spine or barb can ominously be fashioned with serrated edges and a sharp point. Stingrays do not aggressively attack humans though stings do normally occur if a ray is accidentally stepped on!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
How They are Not so Cuddly
Stingrays are commonly found in coastal tropical and even subtropical waters. The status of several species are poorly known, leading them to be data deficient. A few members of the suborder, such as, the manta rays and the porcupine rays, do not have stingers.
About the Stingray
A stingray's tail has a poisonous barb, which is only in use by self-defense. Stingrays are generally docile and will swim to divers or snorkelers without fear just for you to pet them.
How Rays are Nice
Cute But Not Cuddly
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