London – A stingray fossil estimated to be 100-million years old, as well as minerals and meteorites, will be sold at auction in the Scottish city of Edinburgh next week, the owner and organisers said on Tuesday.
The 60cm stingray fossil is valued at £10 000, part of a collection owned by Dale Rogers, who has travelled the world looking for rare and beautiful fossils.
His collection includes opalised dinosaur bone material, crystals, minerals and meteorites. …
See also here.
Giant freshwater stingray research, here.
This is a video about snorkeling with stingrays.
April 2013. Stingrays living in one of the world’s most famous and heavily visited ecotourism sites, Stingray City/Sandbar in the Cayman Islands, have profoundly changed their ways, raising questions about the impact of so-called “interactive ecotourism” on marine wildlife, reports a new study: here.
Mild-Mannered Stingrays Can Inflict A World Of Hurt: here.
When a stingray gives birth in your boat.
We don’t know if we can eat ravioli again after realizing what baby stingrays look like.
- Oldest Spider Crabs Discovered in Fossil Reef (livescience.com)
- X-ray of a new stingray (whyevolutionistrue.wordpress.com)
- Ancient Tapeworm Eggs Found in Fossilized Shark Poop (livescience.com)
- Teeth Study Reveals Diversity of Small Dinosaurs in Cretaceous North America (sci-news.com)