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The Lagoon here is a haven for parrotfish, damselfish, arrow crabs, octopus, turtles, manatees and stingrays.
Steve Irwin, who died in 2006 after a stingray stung him.
The coral reefs of the Daymaniyat Islands, a protected nature reserve in the Gulf of Oman, count guitar sharks, hawksbill turtles, stingrays, moray eels, and seahorses as residents.
It was originally considered dangerous to visit the island, because the channel separating it from Hatteras Island was filled with swift waters, sharks and stingrays.
About 1,500 people are injured by stingrays in U.S. waters every year, and the attacks are very painful.
Avoid ’em: Shuffling carefully into the water one foot at a time creates gentle vibrations that alert stingrays to your presence.
Sand sharks and stingrays have also been reported in the waters, and hooks from decades of fishing at the popular spot could litter the seafloor, Hampton reports.
Models on display run the gamut from high-rise handlebar Stingrays to banana-seat Krates.
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: 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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