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was the stingray that killed stev irwin killed also if not what was its fate?
I forgot and cant remeber I heard about it on the news and then I forgot
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
No. All attention was just on Steve, not the Stingray.
And, when a Stingray loses one of its barbs in an attack, it begins to grow a new one. Stingrays shed and re-grow their spines on a regular basis, so there's no reason to think it died as a result of the attack.
Last I heard, Judith Regan was trying to find the Stingray for a book deal... IF I DID IT...
- Anonymous1 decade ago
No, it was not hunted down. It was left alone, just as steve would have wanted!
He wasn't bitten he was barbed. The stingray isn't a bee and it doesn't die after it barbs someone!
- frankmilano610Lv 61 decade ago
I presumed that the stingray can only bite once and then die, but would appreciate the proper answer now.
- 1 decade ago
I am not sure either, I do want to know though too!!
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- irocLv 71 decade ago
I would think not. Sting-rays are not rabid.
- 1 decade ago
They didn't kill it, they left it alone