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Friday, September 29, 2006
Baby Stingrays Born In Captivity
A pair of darling baby roughtail stingrays were born in captivity, surprise guests of the Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center.
Apparently, a male who had been brought in earlier to mate with a female who has lived in captivity for ten years at the aquarium had the right chemistry. But according to the details of the report, no one at the facility knew the mother was pregnant.
Link (via reddit).
Posted by Mike Mongo at 10:01 AM