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Giant School of Stringray Surrounds Canoe

Do you ever think of what's swimming beneath you when you're out in a canoe? From fish, to marine life, there are plenty of cool creatures in the sea.

This man takes that curiosity to the water during a canoe trip in St. Petersburg, Florida. He takes out a transparent canoe and is able to capture a huge school of stingray, also know as a "fever".

These Cownose rays often reach 35 inches in width and weigh about 26 pounds. They can live for up to 18 years in the Gulf of Mexico, so these travelling marine life will just catch some rays in the shallow end of the water.

What would you hope to see if you took out a transparent canoe?

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