Stingrays Chew? Who Knew?
September 14, 2016
National Geographic | September 14, 2016
Plenty of animals bite, but mammals were once thought to be the only ones to chew. But the ocellate river stingray, a beautiful spotted fish from the Amazon River, also chews its food. The discovery by U of T Scarborough biologist Matthew Kolmann reports on the stingray’s ability to chew – even tough prey like shellfish. Read more.