Stingrays are carnivores that feed on prey such as mollusks, carrion, crustaceans and fish. They are typically found cruising the ocean floor in search of prey. Their mouths, located on the undersides of their bodies, al... More »

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Stingrays fertilize internally via sexual intercourse. During mating, the male stingray bites the female’s disc, which enables him to insert his clasper, or modified pelvic fin, into the female’s cloaca. The clasper then... More »

A stingray is not a shark, but the two are closely related. They belong to the same group of fishes called elasmobranchs, members of the group Elasmobranchii, a subclass of Chondrichthyes, which also includes skates. More »

Shore crabs feed primarily on invertebrates such as molluscs, clams, crustaceans and worms, but they eat practically anything they can get a hold of, including the remains of dead organisms. Their voracious appetites hav... More »

Snapping turtles eat fish, invertebrates, reptiles, ambphibians, eggs, insects, small mammals, plant matter, mollusks and carrion. The snapping turtle is an omnivore and likely to eat anything that it can handle. It may ... More »

Lobsters eat fish, worms, mollusks, other crustaceans, plants, sea urchins and snails. They are omnivores, meaning they consume both plant and animal life. Lobsters prefer to hunt and eat live prey but do scour the ocean... More »

The ghost crab is a generalist as it eats carrion, debris and smaller animals, such as clams, turtle hatchlings and other crabs. Ghost crabs mostly feed during the night. More »