Stingray Decor

Stingray Decor
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stingray decorStingrays are cool looking creatures that are actually quite friendly, too. You may have seen photos of people petting stingrays in the ocean. This stingray decor will remind you daily of these mysterious and glorious creatures. You will find stingray figurines, wall decor, and other stingray decor featured here. Place a stingray touch in every room of your home for a nautical theme you will enjoy every day.

Show off your love for these marvelous sea creatures with this fun stingray decor for your home or office.

Stingrays have wide, flat bodies, and are considered fish. They are related to sharks, and like their shark cousins, they do not have bones. Instead, their bodies are supported by cartilage—the same material that you feel inside the tip of your nose. Broad fins run the entire length of their body, which gives them their flat, roundish shape. To swim, some stingrays move their whole bodies in a wavy motion that propels them through the water. Other species flap their fins like bird wings and “fly” through the water.

 Handmade Stingray Art Art Glass Blown Sea Animal Figurine Nauti Stingray Decorative Figurine in Bright Blue Perfect Tabletop or Wall Hanging Coastal Blue Green Glitter Glass Stingray Tabletop 6 Inch Figurine StealStreet SS-BA-C-DBL2084 10.5 aMonogram Art Unlimited Stingray Wooden Shape with Baltic Birch Plywood Wall Décor, Sea Life Collection Blue Stingray in Coral Figurine

 

​Stingrays have tails that are armed for defense. Some have a spine in their tail that has a sharp point and serrated edges. Many species, including the exotic-looking blue-spotted stingray, have venom that is delivered through their tails. That venom, and the spine itself, can be dangerous to humans. Stingrays prefer shallow, near-shore waters in warm parts of the world. Here, they spend most of their time lying partially buried on the ocean floor hiding from predators, like sharks, or waiting for prey to swim by. Their colors usually match the mud or sand they hide in. While a stingray’s mouth is on the underside of its body, along with its nostrils and gill slits, its eyes are on the top. Scientists don’t think they use their eyes for hunting very much though. Instead, they use special sensors called ampullae of Lorenzini, which can detect the tiny electrical charges emitted by their prey.​ (Info from National Geographic).

Other Stingray Decor for Your Home Or Office

Your nautical theme may include sea life such as stingrays and other creatures. This stingray decor will certainly add appeal to any room in your home, or use it on your desk or walls at work, too, to show your love of these sea creatures.

 Ambesonne Shark Duvet Cover Set Queen Size, Sea Creatures in Vintage Style Lunarable Underwater Queen Size Duvet Cover Set by, Sting Ray in Watercolor Safavieh Pillow Collection Stingray 18-Inch Cream and Brown Embroidered Decorative Pillows, Set 3D Render Stingray Animal Wall Decal by Wallmonkeys Peel and Stick Graphic Manta Ray Stencil – 11 x 7.5 inch (L) – Reusable Maori Bejeweled Stingray Trinket Box BorisMotley Wall Decal Stingray Tribal Vinyl Removable Mural Art Decoration Stickers for Caroline’s Treasures Stingray Indoor or Outdoor Mat, 18 Nautical Coin Box Bank by Ambesonne, Let the Sea Set You Free

 

​Prey for stingrays includes clams, oysters, shrimps, crabs, and mussels. Stingrays will crush their food using strong jaws. Female stingrays typically give births one time per year.They can have two to six young at a time. Baby stingrays are born quite large, so they look like small adults when they are born, and they are able to fend for themselves.

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