Travel Fun Fact

Massive Short-tailed Stingray, Jervis Bay, Australia

The short-tailed stingrays is the largest known species of stingray in the world, reaching a max length of nearly 7 feet and a weight of up to 700 pounds. They are not usually aggressive, but are capable of inflicting a lethal wound with a long venomous spine in their tail. We saw this one while snorkeling in Jervis Bay, Australia. Read more about traveling these parts in our post, Campervan Camping and Road Tripping from Brisbane to Melbourne.

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