Anatomy of a sting ray

The anatomy of a sting ray includes eyes, spiracles, snout, pectoral fins, pelvic fins, tail and spine. eyes are used for seeing, spiracles are used for breathing in, the snout is the top of the ray, the pectoral fin is used for swimming, the pelvic fins help steer, the tail is the main steering device, the spine is for defense, the gill slits are for breathing out and the mouth is on the bottom.

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