RS0416-Dv. Smooth Stingray (Dasyatis brevicaudata), also called Short-tail Stingray. Growing to almost 7 feet wide and 800 pounds, it is the largest stingray in the world, found around South Africa, South Australia, and New Zealand. Feeds on fishes, bivalves, squid and crustaceans. Not aggressive, but barbed tail can inflict serious even potentially fatal wound. Tasmania, Australia, Pacific Ocean. Cropped to vertical from native horizontal format.<br />
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RS0416-Dv. Smooth Stingray (Dasyatis brevicaudata), also called Short-tail Stingray. Growing to almost 7 feet wide and 800 pounds, it is the largest stingray in the world, found around South Africa, South Australia, and New Zealand. Feeds on fishes, bivalves, squid and crustaceans. Not aggressive, but barbed tail can inflict serious even potentially fatal wound. Tasmania, Australia, Pacific Ocean. Cropped to vertical from native horizontal format.
Photo Copyright © Brandon Cole. All rights reserved worldwide. www.brandoncole.com

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