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Cownose ray study suggests maligned Chesapeake creatures could be more vulnerable to overfishing than previously thought

Chesapeake Bay watermen have long viewed the cownose ray as a pest, preying on a vulnerable oyster population. Their contempt even inspired tournaments of bow-wielding ray hunters — a practice the state has banned, at least temporarily. But new research backs up concerns that the winged creatures…
Source: Sun

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