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Leopard Whipray
Leopard whiprays are bottom-dwellers found near reefs
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Diet
They feed on crabs, shrimp and shelled invertebrates.
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Characteristics
Their tail can grow up to three times their body length, resembling a long whip!
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Did you know?
They are classified as vulnerable in the IUCN Red list due to unsustainable fishing practices.
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Diet
They feed on crabs, shrimp and shelled invertebrates.
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Characteristics
Their tail can grow up to three times their body length, resembling a long whip!

About the Leopard Whipray

    How They Got Their Name
    Leopard whiprays get their name from their leopard-like pattern on their body.
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