Brown Spotted Stingrays are originally from the Pacific Ocean, most notably around the coasts of California down to the Northern coast of South America. Brown Spotted Stingrays are carnivores and should be fed a steady diet with plenty of meaty preparations. Brown Spotted Stingrays grow to around 24 inches at full length and should be kept in an aquarium of at least 200 gallons in size to provide them with plenty of swimming and living room. Brown Spotted Stingrays are very hard to care for, and should only be kept by the expert aquarium owner only.
Origin: Pacific, California Coast to South American Coast
Size: Can grow up to 24 inches at full maturity
Feeding: Carnivore, should be fed plenty of meaty preparations.
Aquarium: Saltwater, should not be kept in the reef aquarium.
Minimum Tank Size: 200 Gallons
Compatibility: Should be kept alone or with other fish that can defend themselves.