There is no species of ray more beautiful than this week's featured species. Convince me otherwise. Meet the Ornate Eagle Ray.
This week's featured species is named for their horn-shaped cephalic fins that give them a devilish look. Meet the Giant Devil Ray!
This week's featured species is a master ambush predator and can virtually disappear below the sand. Meet the Pacific Angelshark.
Continuing population declines led the International Union for Conservation of Nature's Shark Specialist Group to reclassify the conservation status of several elasmobranch species.
This week's featured species has an electric personality! Meet the largest of the electric rays, the Great Torpedo Ray!
This week's featured species flies underwater like a dream and can hide under the sand like magic. Check out the Southern Stingray!
It's the final post of 2018! Let's celebrate by looking back at all the newly discovered elasmobranchs of 2018!
It's been over eight years since the oil rig Deepwater Horizon exploded in the Gulf of Mexico. So what can the Atlantic Stingray tell us about the state of the ecosystem today?