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Bobberts Social Media #2

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KittieD MC

on 20 April 2016

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Transcript of Bobberts Social Media #2

Life Cycle
Predator and Prey
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The only predators eage rays have are sharks, for example: Tiger Shark; Lemon Shark; Bull Shark; Silver Tip Shark; and Great Hammerhead Shark.

The Eagle Ray’s most common meal is crabs. They also eat: Mollusks; crustaceans or shellfish; hermit crabs, and may also catch up to octopi, shrimp, and small fish.

White Underside
Long thin tail
2-6 stinging barbs
Grow 6 1/2 - 8 feet long
Colors: gray, olive gray,or chestnut
Spots can be: yellow, white, or blue

Humans Effection
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The Eagle Rays tail is one of the most known adaptations. The Eagle Rays tail has barbs attached to the tail which help it stay away from danger.
The Eagle Rays flat and disk-like body lets it glide along the ocean floor to bury itself from predators, but for prey.
The Eagle Ray has special holes near their eyes and gills that help the Eagle Ray when taking out water from its food when it eats and digests.
Their Special Tooth structure helps Eagle Rays break shells of mollusks and other creatures with hard shells.
The last adaptation is their eyes being placed on the top of their heads so they can locate prey and predators easily while being buried in the sand.
The Eagle Ray is Endangered. The main reason of Eagle Rays being endangered is that humans are polluting the water. Another reason is divers like to mess with the Eagle Rays and make the Eagle Rays upset, sometimes too upset.
You can find me almost anywhere, for example: Florida, Bahamas, Caribbean sea and Gulf of Mexico
I went on an ocean adventure and met Goby the Spotted Eagle Ray. I have learned a LOT about his species and he has learned a lot about mine. This is the new post guys
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Bobbert's Social Media
Goby is also dreaming about being a bird

<--- This diver is getting attacked.
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
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