Are Stingrays Fish?
The stingrays are a family of rays, which are cartilaginous
fish (fish with cartilage) related to sharks. They are
common in coastal tropical and subtropical marine waters
throughout the world, with some even entirely restricted
to fresh water. However, nearly all sting rays live
on the sandy floors of the bottom of the ocean.
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