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Southern Eagle Ray

Scientific Name: Myliobatis australis

Description: The Southern Eagle Ray has pointed wing flaps and long whip like tail, and inhabits tidal flats in estuaries, shallow seagrass embayments, rocky reefs, and sandflats.

The tail has a venomous spine and like all rays they should be treated with respect.

Type: Ray
Where to find: Subtidal Reefs, Estuary
Size: 2.4m