Stingrays Life Cycle?


The life cycle of a stingray ranges from approximately 15 to 25 years in the wild. They are typically found in the shallow coastal waters of temperate seas, which lie between the tropics and the polar regions. Stingrays spend much of their time inert, partly buried in sand, often moving only when the tide sways. They are carnivores, which means they are an animal that feeds on flesh. Their diet consists of squid, carrion, worms and crustaceans.
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Bluntnose Stingray
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Chondrichthyes Order: Rajiformes Family: Dasyatidae Genus: Dasyatis Species: Dasyatis say
The bluntnose stingray was originally named Raja say by Lesueur in 1817. Although Dasyatis sayi Lesueur 1817 appears frequently in scientific literature in reference to this species, the currently valid name is Dasyatis say... More »
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