Blue-spotted ribbontail ray adoption
By adopting a blue-spotted ribbontail ray you will make a real contribution to the vital conservation work that Living Coasts does to protect marine animals.
These rays are found around the coral reefs of the Indo-West-Pacific, Red Sea, East Africa as far as across as Japan and Southern Australia.
These rays can grow up to 30cm long but the length of the tail will double this. They feed on mall fish, molluscs, worms, shrimps and crabs.
The blue-spotted ribbontail ray moves in groups into the shallow sandy areas during the rising tide to feed. The bright blue spots of the blue-spotted ray are a warning that this animal is armed with venomous spines on its tail. If trodden on or threatened, the spines are raised and the tail flicked to stab its enemy.
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