Stingray is a warm bottom fish. Like to clear water, often live in the bottom of the sediment in the deep pool, mostly at night. It mainly feeds on mollusks, aquatic insects and shrimps in benthos. The female fish are often caught in the net at the same time. The body of stingray is flat and flat, with large body plate and sub round shape, wider than long. Generally, the body length is 30-50cm, the larger one can reach 1m and weigh dozens of kg. The snout is broad and short, and the snout tip is pointed. The eye is small, protruding, almost as big as the water hole.
There are many variations and styles of stingray tattoo, and the image can have symbolic meaning. Stingrays can hide in the sand underwater, mainly from sharks, can cover up the sand and stay still. Most sharks can sense prey in the sand based on movement, but in most cases the Stingray can hide, so its image is classified as a symbol of protection. It has strong adaptability with other themes, representing elegance, peace, danger, agility, speed and invisibility.