ABC7: Southern California considered stingray capital of the world, but just how many are there?


When you say stingrays, you might just think of Seal Beach where “Ray Bay” is home to a very large population of same. Which is why KABC 7 visited our small burg to do this report on the growing number of stingrays in Southern California waters, and the interesting research being done at Cal State Long Beach on when and how often stingrays strike.

Read the Long Beach Post’s article on Cal State Long Beach’s stingray research project (“Why does the ‘stingray shuffle’ keep your feet safe at the beach?”) .


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