Definition of stingray in English:

stingray

Syllabification: sting·ray
Pronunciation: /ˈstiNGˌrā
 
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noun

A bottom-dwelling marine ray with a flattened diamond-shaped body and a long poisonous serrated spine at the base of the tail.
  • Families Dasyatidae (the long-tailed stingrays) and Urolophidae (the short-tailed stingrays): several species, including the long-tailed common stingray (Dasyatis centrourus)
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  • Eleven of these are of the shark variety, who live in blissful harmony with stingrays, thornback rays, conger eels and dogfish, to name but a few.
  • In Australia, bottlenose dolphins place sponges over their snouts as protection from the spines of stonefish and stingrays as they forage over shallow seabeds.
  • It included many living groups: stingrays, lungfish, pirarucu, piranha, goliath catfishes, some electric fishes, and cichlids.

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