Peek Behind-the-scenes at Tennessee Aquarium’s Baby Stingrays!
A new Haller’s Round Stingray arrived at the Tennessee Aquarium with a surprise of her own to share: she gave birth to a litter of five on October 21, soon after her arrival. Each baby measures about three inches (7.6 cm), minus the tail, and could grow to be slightly larger than 12 inches (30 cm) in disk size. Born fully developed, the babies are immediately able to swim and require no parental care.
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DID YOU KNOW BABY RAYS ARE BORN ALL ROLLED UP LIKE BURRITOS ACCORDING TO THE NATIONAL AQUARIUM IN BALTIMORE
BECAUSE IT IS IMPORTANT THAT EVERYBODY KNOWS THIS
Wait….does that ALSO mean that Rapunzel and Eugene were trapped in Arendelle with everyone when it was frozen over?
Could you picture the two of them under a bunch of blankets like:
Eugene: “Let’s go to Arendelle, she said, it would be fun she said.”
Rapunzel: “Well, it WAS fun…until we got trapped in this eternal winter…”
Eugene: “Yeah, talk about getting the cold shoulder, yeesh!”
Eugene: “Look, all I’m saying is next time we get invited to one of these things we just send them a nice fruit basket and a fancy card and call it a day.”