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What Do Stingrays Eat? - proper way of hand wash dishes in a restaurant

by:Two Eight     2019-09-01
What Do Stingrays Eat?  -  proper way of hand wash dishes in a restaurant
Stingray has an aggressive unfair reputation for its poisonous sting.
Stepping on a fish can cause serious pain, which makes us wonder what such fish will eat.
It is well known that Stingray will go to the "cleaning station" where the small fish will remove and eat any parasites in the body of the light.
In this way, the light can clear the parasite and a cleaner fish can also find a meal.
Stingray is a flat marine fish named after a thorn or thorn on a long tail.
They are related to sharks and both fish, and although they have a terrible reputation, they actually have a skeleton made of cartilage.
In fact, Stingray even has cartilage teeth, although they are very powerful because they are reinforced with different types of cartilage.
Until recently, very little was known about the behavior of stingray fish because they were hidden most of the time under the sea and only active at night.
However, they are becoming more and more popular in aquariums, which increases people's curiosity about the fish, especially its feeding habits.
What do stingray fish eat?
Let's find out.
Stingrays are carnivores, which means they are predators that hunt other animals, some of which are predators themselves.
They are night activities, which means they are active and hunting at night.
Their food mainly includes crabs, shrimps, lobsters, rattan pots, shrimps and crayfish.
They also eat soft animals such as clams, snails, squid, mussels and oysters.
In addition, stingray, especially freshwater species, consumes insects such as mosquitoes and their larvae.
In fact, some kinds of light evolved to survive in insects.
Ann worms and jellyfish are also part of their diet.
Most stingray fish are underwater foraging animals, which means they are foraging on the sea floor.
They stir sand on the bottom of the sea by flapping their fins, or forcing water columns on their fins to discover hidden prey.
They also hide under the sand and ambush anything close.
When any prey is found, they create a vacuum with their mouth and then squeeze it with a few rows of wide teeth with a strong chin.
Then, when any sharp or hard part is eaten by the stomach, the soft meat of the prey is swallowed up.
Some ocean-going stingray fish feed in the upper waters of the ocean, capturing hard-bone fish like sardines, salmon, anchovy, porpoise, mackerel fish and even plankton.
It has even been observed that some species "catch" the fish with their thoracic fins while eating them.
In places like Grand Cayman, Stingray is used to human beings, and they accept directly the food of tourists standing at the waist. deep water.
When raised in captivity, they must be fed at least two or three times a day due to high metabolic rates.
Young light can be fed with live tubuifex worms and blackworms.
As they grow older, they can be fed with shrimp, oysters, squid and fish.
However, these projects should be complete. e.
No need to chop, cut or process to make sure they are similar to ray's natural diet.
Captive stingray fish should also be fed with land food such as earthworms.
Due to earthworms vegetation, they have high nutritional value to rays and are terrestrial organisms that lack natural parasites for rays.
Because the light mouth is small, the worm should be cut into the right size before feeding.
If light is observed to repeatedly ingest and spit out food, it means that the food is too big for its mouth.
It is wise to provide frozen food because freezing will kill any parasite that may be infected with stingray.
However, this food should be soaked in vitamin supplements in advance to unfreeze it and add valuable nutrients.
Watch the stingray and see if it consumes all the food that is given to it.
If it is eating, its spiral (opening near the eye) will move quickly to drain the water.
To avoid waste, provide a sufficient amount of food as the accumulated food breaks down and releases the nitrogen waste into the tank.
When feeding a captive, use a pair of long metal tongs to avoid stab damage.
In conclusion, it can be said that the diet of stingray fish is mainly composed of a few animals hidden under the sea, and occasionally replenish the fish.
According to scientists, stingray fish play an important role in ecology, because their habit of disturbing sand under the sea will also unveil prey for other animals and release nutrients trapped in the sand.
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