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  • Location: New Engalnd Aquarium, Boston, Masachusetts, United States
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  • Info: Live streaming webcam showing Caribbean reef fish in the Giant Ocean Tank at the New Engalnd Aquarium in Boston, Masachusetts

More info: The Giant Ocean Tank is a four-story habitat featuring a coral reef and hundreds of Caribbean reef animals, including sea turtles, stingrays, moray eels, and barracuda and many smaller reef-living fish.

Stingrays are easily recognised by their wide, flat bodies and sharp venomous spines, or barbs, on their long tails.

Stingrays use a super set of senses to search for food. Special gel-filled pits across the front of their face, (called Ampullae of Lorenzini), allow them to pick up electrical signals from other animals when they move.

There are several green moray eels in the Giant Ocean Tank. The green moray eel is the biggest and the most widespread species in the Caribbean