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Stingray, one of 100 species of flat, disk-shaped fish belonging to the family Dasyatidae. On its tail are poisonous spines that can cause serious injury to swimmers. Although some varieties can be found in rivers, most live in saltwater. Stingrays vary in size; the largest can measure up to 14 ft (4 m).

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