Sharks and Stingrays Have Close Relationships
Although stingrays don't have teeth, they still resemble sharks in a number of ways. They share similar skin and belong to the same family of cartilaginous fish, which are supported by cartilage rather than bones in their skeletons. Additionally, they employ the same ampullae of Lorenzini sensors, unique sense organs that detect electrical signals released by prey.
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