Stingray

We have several species of Stingrays living in our lagoon including Whiptail, Whitetail and Feathertail Rays. They can often be seen gliding around the lagoon through the day or foraging in the sand for food at night. Stingrays mainly feed on crabs and small fish they encounter in the sand and vacuum them up into their mouth. Stingrays are often thought of as dangerous creatures; this is not the case. Stingrays are very docile and timid animals who would only use their defensive sting if they are provoked or threatened.

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