Fully grown long-tail stingrays measure 4 metres. They inhabit the sea floor along the coastline and on continental shelves in parts of the southern hemisphere’s temperate zones. Stingrays ripple the outer edges of their disc-like bodies to thrust forward.
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Photograph by Malcolm Francis
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