vrijdag 25 januari 2013

Facts about Eagle Rays

Eagle Rays (Myliobatidae) Eagle rays have a protruding head that is distinct from the disc. Other features includes eyes and spiracles situated laterally, pectoral fins modified to form large trianglular wing flaps,tail much longer than disc, and usually one or more venomous spines near the tail base. They have powerful jaws equipped with large plate like crushing teeth arranged in several rows adapted for feeding on hard shelled clams, mussels and oysters. Read more....

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