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Stingray swims onto a ramp to get some food

Fun fact about stingrays: stingrays and sharks belong to the same group of cartilaginous fish. This means that instead of bones, they’re supported by skeletons of cartilage. Like sharks, stingrays use sensors called ampullae of Lorenzini to sense the electrical signals emitted by their prey. These sensors are located around their mouths, and they compensate for the stingray’s poorly-placed eyes.

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