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Australian Wildlife

Australian Rays



FAMILY : Eagle rays

White-spotted Eagle Ray
(Aetobatus narinari)
White-spotted Eagle Ray
The White-spotted Eagle Ray has a large disc shaped body with angular corners and a long tail. The body is black or blue black with white spots on the upper surface. The underside is white. The snout is flat and rounded like a duck bill, becoming... Click to continue>
Manta Ray
(Manta birostris)
Manta Ray
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FAMILY : Stingrays

Black Stingray
(Dasyatis thetidis)
Black Stingray
The Black Stingray is grey-brown to black, with white underside. The disc is angular (rhombus shaped) disc with grainy upper surface and there are sharp thorn shaped denticles along the dorsal midline. The tail is much longer than the body, with... Click to continue>
Blue-spotted Stingray
(Dasyatis kuhlii)
Blue-spotted Stingray
The Blue-spotted Stingray is grey or brown with light blue and black spots. There is a darker band across the eyes. The tail is as long as the body with a pale tip, and last third of the tail has dark bands. It usually has a single venomous sting on... Click to continue>
Smooth Stingray
(Dasyatis brevicaudata)
Smooth Stingray
The Smooth Stingray is the largest stingray in Australia. of all Australian stingrays and can weigh up to 350 kg. The body is dark above with pale underside and long whip like tail. There are irregular rows of small white spots on the back near the... Click to continue>
Blue-spotted Fantail Ray
(Taeniura lymma)
Blue-spotted Fantail Ray
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