Rays & Other Cartilaginous Fishes
Rays & Other Cartilaginous Fishes Gallery CollectionRays are most closely related to sharks and belong to the superoder Batoidea. The term "ray" is also used specifically for batoids in the order Rajiformes, the "true rays". Commonly the Rays include stingrays, skates, electric rays, guitarfishes and sawfishes. Rays are flat-bodied, and, like sharks, are a species of cartilaginous marine fish. Most rays have a flat, disk-like body, with the exception of the guitarfishes and sawfishes, while most sharks have a streamlined body. Go Back to Gallery Collection: Animals
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