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Stingray Sting Topic Guide

Stingray Sting Stingray Sting: Stingrays have flat bodies with long, slender tails that have serrated spines. Their serrated spines can cause lacerations (cuts) and puncture wounds. The spines also contain venom. Stingray stings are one of the most common dive and beach-related injuries, and most require immediate medical attention.