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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 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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