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Check out this up-close shot of a #hammerhead shark from @sharksneedlove! Hammerheads are unmistakable in our oceans thanks to their uniquely-shaped head that allows them to more successfully locate prey buried in or near the seafloor. This shark may also use its head to pin stingrays to the bottom to eat, since this species can be especially hard to capture. Learn more about these sharks and how you can protect them at Oceana.org/marine-life. 📷: @sharksneedlove #hammerheadshark #coolfacts…

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Cayman Islands Stingray City Luxury Sailing and Swimming Tour Sail in the spacious and comfortable Allura catamaran and snorkel in the world famous waters of Grand Cayman’s stingray sandbar. Sail the beautiful waters of the North Sound to the stingray sandbar. Swim, and interact with dozens of Southern stingrays. The stingrays literally eat out of your hand!   You will have plenty of photo opportunities before hoisting the sails and returning. Swimming equipment, sa...

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Davy Jones Locker Ring Mold (1949), decorated with an octopus, stingray, jellyfish, and other assorted large sea creatures. Can you spot the vulture?

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Pictures of the year 2009: animals eating each other

A Stingray leaps out of the water as it is hunted by a Killer Whale whose fin can be seen below the Ray.

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Reaching widths of nearly 11 feet (over 3 m), the Spotted Eagle Ray is one of the largest eagle rays, with only the mantas growing bigger. Spotted Eagle Rays, like all eagle rays, are active swimmers and do not lie motionless on the seafloor, like the closely related whiptail stingrays (e.g., Southern Stingray). They are foraging predators and are known to eat a variety of invertebrate and fish prey.