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Cownose Ray

Original price $3.99
Current price $2.99
SKU 422529

Found in a large range of the western Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean, cownose rays are a large species of eagle ray that can grow to be as large as 3 and a half feet long. Although not particularly dangerous, cownose rays can deliver a venom similar to that of a bee sting.

  • Scientific Name: Rhinoptera bonasus
  • Characteristics: Although cownose rays can have quite the shocking sting, we promise this figurine is safe to touch! Like all Safari wildlife figurines, our cownose ray model was crafted with the utmost attention to detail and was hand painted to ensure life-like realism and scientific accuracy.
  • Size and Color: 4.9 inches long and 3.6 inches wide, this figurine is the same length as and about an inch taller than a soda can laid on its side. All cownose rays are an olive brown color, although the shades can vary between lighter and darker.
  • The Cownose Ray is part of the Wild Safari® Sea Life collecion.
  • All of our products are Non-toxic and BPA free.
  • *Please note, this item is a Hot Deal. It cannot be returned or exchanged. The discount you see cannot be combined with any promo code or other offers.


    Cownose rays are amongst the most commonly displayed rays at aquariums around the world, and ones that have had their venomous barbs pinched or removed also frequent aquatic touch tanks, making them a very popular exhibit. Despite their prevalence in aquariums and other displays around the world, cownose rays are considered near threatened and their global population is slowly declining.

    • Recommended Age: 3
    • Size in cm: 12.5 L x 9.19 W x 1.3 H
    • Size in inches: 4.92 L x 3.62 W x 0.51 H
    • UPC: 095866422509
    A species of Eagle Ray, it is common along the coasts of the western Atlantic Ocean. They reach a wingspan of 3 ft. and weigh around 26 lbs. Like other rays, it possesses a stinger with a weak venom. Touching pools at aquariums often feature "de-barbed" cownose rays.