Bat rays (Myliobatis californica) feed on mollusks, crustaceans and small fish on the seabed, using their winglike pectoral fins to move sand and expose prey animals. They can dig trenches up to 20 cm deep when hunting!

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  • Bat rays (Myliobatis californica) feed on mollusks, crustaceans and small fish on the seabed, using their winglike pectoral fins to move sand and expose prey animals. They can dig trenches up to 20 cm deep when hunting!

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