Playing with a strange creature, SHOCKING!

Friendship between animals and mankind exists with the emergence of humanity, however sometimes bizarre friendship between events to agree with you need to see it.

This little boy as proven in the video, has built an similarly sturdy connection with the stingray that he permits them to caressing and devour from his hand.

Stingray have various styles and sizes, going up to 8 sorts of species within the family. The longest species is manta ray which is part of the circle of relatives of eagle rays, despite the fact that creatures on this video isn't always stingray on the grounds that no parts of a mantra.
it is able to be up to six meters lengthy and weighs close to 1361 kg.

We must tell you that rare Stingrays are competitive but many species have a poisonous sting that they use while they may be in risk or threatened from the out of doors, this takes place to most of the people after they inadvertently have been approaching.
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