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Science Future AdaptationsStingray Survival of the Stingray Imagine yourself 150000 years in the future Another ice age is in full force Temperatures are much colder vegetation has ceased to exist along with several entire animal species The lion once the king of the jungle is no more than an alley cat scavenging for food The great white shark- reduced to the size of goldfish A new predator is on the prowl The stingray once limited to shallow sandy beaches has evolved With its new adaptations the power of the stingray is unfurled free to roam in the wide expanse of sea air and land Many advantages have evolved in the once conservative stingray From the large size of the present day animal the stingray has been reduced in size and weight from an average of 12 feet 60 pounds to 3 feet 15 pounds to provide from speed stealth and agility The broad flattened pectoral fins have grown a protective hard scale resistant to the hardest of an enemys teeth along with the secretion of a special enzyme that causes pain and damage along with a bitter taste to avoid being eaten Its powerful tail has been lengthened to provide offensive coverage in a 360 degree area Along with the sharp barbed spines and deadly poisonous glands the stingray is now an formidable opponent With the decrease in food supply the stingray has adapted with his environment Formerly a sole marine animal a stingrays diet has now included the usual fish and crustaceans to birds and small rodents To achieve this new source of food the stingray now has the capability to move on land in the form of a speedy slithering such as a snake might move A set of lungs accompany this adaptation enabling the stingray to
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