Watch A Stingray Devour Spider Crabs on the Seafloor

Published 3 Jul 2018, 17:59 BST
Watch A Stingray Devour Spider Crabs on the Seafloor

This stingray might have found the cleanest way to feast on crabs. Divers filmed the stingray sprawled over the group of spider crabs near Mornington Peninsula, Australia. Its near-white skin colour could possibly mean it’s a rare albino stingray, although it’s difficult to confirm without closer examination by an expert.

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Scientists conduct first study on the largest known marine stingray

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