Rays have skeletons made of cartilage like their close relatives, sharks and skates. Their bodies are flattened with their mouths underneath. The Ray uses its pectoral fins to propel itself through the water. Rays draw water through holes in the upper surface of the head, which is then passed through the gills. Stingrays get their name from the sharp, venomous spine on their tail used to deter predators. They mainly live on the bottom of the ocean; they use their mottled coloration as camouflage on the seabed.
This stingray is made from lead-free pewter and is supplied on a quality key-chain.