* Scientific Name: Potamotrygon reticulatus.
* Currently on display there are two females and one male.
* The zoo received them in 1991 from Michigan.
* Present day the adults are approximately 8- 9 years old.
* The species at the zoo is a dwarfed freshwater ray.
* The adults feed on night crawlers about 4- 5 times a week.
* Not on display are three babies which feed on red wigglers nightly.
* The babies were born June of 1997 and are about 5 inches in length.
* cohabitat with Barberpole catfish and Suckermouth cat
Personal Observations- stay active, swimming aroung the bottom of the tank
- Oftentimes thay slide on top and over each other.
- can retract their bulging eyes when objects come too close, such as other fish and objects in the tank
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