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Javanese Cownose Ray
Cownose rays are found in shallow marine and brackish coastal waters
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Fun Facts

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Feeding
They use their strong jaws to crush the shells of their prey.
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How They Got Their Name
Javanese cownose rays are so called because the head is shaped like a cow's nose.
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Did you know?
They can synchronise the flapping of their pectoral fins to stir up sediments to expose buried clams and oysters.
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Feeding
They use their strong jaws to crush the shells of their prey.
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How They Got Their Name
Javanese cownose rays are so called because the head is shaped like a cow's nose.

About the Javanese Cownose Ray

    In the Wild
    Cownose rays can be often seen swimming in large schools.
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