Natalie Bluefield Period 2
Links
“Scientific Name” Dasyatis pastinaca
            “Range”tropical    Stingrays live in coastal and    areas and hide in the sand
“Diet”MollusksShrimpCrustacens
“Physical Description” Size: 6.5 ft Weight: Up to 790 pounds Average lifespan in wild: 15 to 25 years Stingrays tails ...
“Breeding info” Stingrays give birth to live young 5 to 10 miniature stingrays are born at one time
“Weird info” Stingrays can extend there jaw out to catch there  food Some Stingrays can grow very large
“Special Behavior and   Unique Anatomy “ Stingrays have a poisonous tail There gills are on there stomach
“The end”
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  1. 1. Natalie Bluefield Period 2
  2. 2. Links
  3. 3. “Scientific Name” Dasyatis pastinaca
  4. 4.  “Range”tropical Stingrays live in coastal and areas and hide in the sand
  5. 5. “Diet”MollusksShrimpCrustacens
  6. 6. “Physical Description” Size: 6.5 ft Weight: Up to 790 pounds Average lifespan in wild: 15 to 25 years Stingrays tails have a sharp poisonous barb for protection
  7. 7. “Breeding info” Stingrays give birth to live young 5 to 10 miniature stingrays are born at one time
  8. 8. “Weird info” Stingrays can extend there jaw out to catch there food Some Stingrays can grow very large
  9. 9. “Special Behavior and Unique Anatomy “ Stingrays have a poisonous tail There gills are on there stomach
  10. 10. “The end”
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