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A '''stingray''' is a cartilaginous fish related to [[shark]]s. They are usually docile, however, when provoked, such as being stepped on, they can retaliate with their tail spine.
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A '''stingray''' is a cartilaginous [[fish]] classified as similar to [[shark]]s. They possess broad, flat bodies and a sharp, poisonous tail spine. They are usually docile, but can retaliate with their tail spine when they are stepped on or otherwise provoked.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 17:53, 3 September 2009

A stingray is a cartilaginous fish classified as similar to sharks. They possess broad, flat bodies and a sharp, poisonous tail spine. They are usually docile, but can retaliate with their tail spine when they are stepped on or otherwise provoked.

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