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Blue Spotted Ribbon Tail Ray

Scientific name:  Taeniura lymma
Class:  Fish
,  Asia
,  Australia
Habitat:  Sandy areas near the reefs of Australia, Indo
Diet:  Carnivore
Size:  12 - 14 Inches

This Beautiful Stingray Has Bright Coloration To Deter Predators

This beautiful stingray has bright coloration to deter predators, letting them know it would be a dangerous fish to snack on. It has two venemous spines on its tail that it can flip up to defend itself if it gets cornered. Like many rays and sharks, they use electroreception - the ability to sense small electrical signals given off by other animals - to hunt their prey.

Conservation Status
Extinct in the wild
Critically endangered
Near threatened
Least concern
Insufficient data
Not evaluated

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