ALEXIE VALOIS / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY ALEXIE VALOIS / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY
Bluespotted ribbontail ray (Taeniura lymna) on a coral reef. This stingray inhabits the oceans of the Indo-Pacific. It spends most of its time buried in the sand or under ledges and breathes through spiracles that are located below its eyes. Two poisonous stings near the end of its tail are used in defence. Filmed in the Red Sea.
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