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Stock photo ID:89136690
Upload date:July 22, 2009

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Common stingray - Dasyatis pastinaca - closeup of one burried in the sand. Found over sandy and muddy bottoms, sometimes in estuaries and near rocky reefs. Feeds on bottom-living invertebrates and fishes. Ovoviviparous, gestation period about 4 months and 4-7 young are produced. Wings marketed smoked, dried-salted, and also used for fishmeal and oil. Dangerous to bathers and fishers due to its poisonous spine. Feeds on bottom fishes, crustaceans and mollusks. Barbed poison spine is a modified denticle that can be 35cm long, shed occasionally and replaced
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