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Nifong's research shows that alligators are partial to Atlantic stingray, which frequent Louisiana bayous.
Steve Irwin died at age 44 in September 2006 while filming an underwater scene for a television series, when a stingray's stinging barbs pierced his heart.
Persistence paid off, however, and Nifong confirmed four separate instances in which an American alligator ate a lemon shark, a nurse shark, a bonnethead shark, and an Atlantic stingray.
Deerfield Beach’s underwater camera has surged in popularity over the past year, offering live views of fish, stingrays and sea turtles underneath the city’s pier.
To relieve evacuees’ stress, employees direct them to a meditation area, with soft music and a thousand-gallon fish tank with sharks, stingrays and exotic fish.
Not to be missed — snorkeling at Hol Chan Marine Reserve and Shark Ray Alley to get up close and personal with nurse sharks and stingrays.
Unchecked development could quickly degrade ecosystems once sheltered by conflict, such as one in Vichada state, on the border with Venezuela, where Caballero discovered what may be a new species of freshwater stingray.
Now, a new study has added new items to their menu: sharks and stingrays.
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