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Steve Irwin, the ebullient Australian TV personality and conservationist, known as "The Crocodile Hunter," was killed September 4th, 2006, by a 10 inch long stingray barb to his heart. CREDIT: AP Photo/PA, Myung Jung Kim
Columbian Chain Link Ray is one of the nicest rays in the Motoro family and very easy to keep. Perfect for the beginner ray keeper. Photo compliments of AquaScape.
Steve Irwin, the ebullient Australian TV personality known as
"The Crocodile Hunter", was killed Monday by a stingray barb to the heart during a diving expedition. Irwin, 44, was filming an underwater sequence for a television series on remote Batt Reef off the far northeast coast of Australia, when he encountered the ray and was stung. Click
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Monterey Bay Aquarium has placed a great white shark on exhibit for the second time in its Outer Bay aquarium tank. The young 5-foot-8-inch, 104-pound male shark was caught by hook-and-line gear in Santa Monica Bay on Aug. 17 by aquarium collectors, kept in a 4-million-gallon ocean pen off Malibu, California. Click here to read the entire story.
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