Skeleton Of A Stingray. Rays and skates are flattened fish closely related to sharks. Generally they usually have appendages that are legs, arms, wings, or fins.
Generally they usually have appendages that are legs, arms, wings, or fins. Does anybody know if this is a piece of a ray skeleton? Stingray fossils are common, especially fossilized teeth, but only a few examples of complete stingray fossils exist.
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They Decided It Was A Threat To Human Safety So They Put It Down And Display It As A Warning To Other Stingrays In The Area.
It’s rare to find a complete skeleton however as their skeleton is constructed from cartilage which doesn’t fossilize. A durophagous stingray (summers et al., 1998). So yeah, paleontologists would have had a hard time, if sharks and rays hadn't still been around!
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Posted by u/[deleted] 3 years ago. The fins on the side of a stingray's body act like wings to help it fly gracefully through the water. Reminds me of a giant house centipede.
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Stingrays have an anatomy composed of a flattened body and on their body consists of pectoral fins joined to their head and trunk with their tail behind. And a tax of sorts. The skeleton of a stingray.