Gallery description : a picture of a stingray

Stingray (dasyatis centroura) is a fish type animal. It usually inhabits warm, tropical waters. The weight of the animal is about 25kg - 97kg (55lbs - 214lbs) and average life span is 15 - 25 years. Sharks, fish, seals are dangerous for siess. See the table below for more facts.

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Facts about stingrays
NameStingray
PredatorsSharks, fish, seals
Main PreyCrustaceans, snails, fish
Conservation StatusThreatened
LifestyleSolitary
Distinctive FeaturesFlattened body shape and long tail
OrderRajiformes
Skin TypeScales
Scientific NameDasyatis centroura
HabitatWarm, tropical waters
TypeFish
DietCarnivore
Top Speed48km/h (30mph)
ClassChondrichthyes
PhylumChordata
Size (L)50cm - 200cm (19.6in - 79in)
KingdomAnimalia
Weight25kg - 97kg (55lbs - 214lbs)
Average Litter Size8
FamilyDasyatidae
Life Span15 - 25 years
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Description A picture of a stingray. Why Underwater Robots Should Swim Like Stingrays | Popular Science
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