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Walker helmed the creation of puppets representing sea creatures such as jellyfish, stingrays and turtles, which will be placed on stage and throughout the auditorium.
Also, in July, Legoland California plans to debut its biggest investment in a ride to date, Lego City: Deep Sea Adventure, a four-minute submarine voyage through a 300,000-gallon aquarium with live stingrays, sharks and other marine life.
Of course, there are plenty of other cool sea creatures to entertain child and adult alike, including seahorses, stingrays, sharks, alligators and penguins.
Learn about the fascinating behaviors of native fish, stingrays, and other marine life during these free daily presentations.
This animation explains how phone tracker technology, commonly known as stingray, is used by the police.
Construction has begun at the site, which will include hands-on, interactive exhibits featuring reptiles, birds, mammals, sharks and stingrays.
In Santa Clara, police must have public rules for the use of all new surveillance technology, not just stingrays and license plate readers.
In August 2017, Judge Hamilton ruled that the use of the devices, also known as stingrays, normally require a warrant but that one was not needed in this instance due to exigent circumstances.
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Definition of stingray for English Language Learners
: a type of fish that has a large, flat body and a long tail with spines on it that are used to sting other animals
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