Wet Bird Couture: The Stingray

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The stingray is a cartilaginous fish closely related to that most fearsome of ocean predators – the shark.

But the stingray can go the shark one better.

This is because the stingray has two ways to dispatch prey: its sharp teeth and its venomous barbed stinger.

A stingray looking happy (because it is just about to dispatch tasty prey).
A stingray looking happy (probably because it is just about to dispatch tasty prey).

Clearly it takes a very confident, powerful (and hungry) model to duplicate the singularly happy predatory look of the stingray.

Wet Bird Couture is proud to present its latest must-have look, “The Stingray.”

Notice how the model's barbed crest feathers infer a venomous barb as they flow out and away from the neck line.
Here, notice how the model’s barbed crest feathers infer both a set of sharp teeth and a deadly venomous barb as they spike straight out away from the neck line.

Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts

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Published by Shannon Cutts

Animal sensitive and intuitive with Animal Love Languages. Parrot, tortoise and box turtle mama. Dachshund auntie. www.animallovelanguages.com

2 thoughts on “Wet Bird Couture: The Stingray

  1. My goodness, Pearl. You look quite fierce this morning. My large featherless assistant always says I look like a drowned rat after a shower. Perhaps I need a new featherless assistant. Squeak

    1. Oh no-your assistant just needs more training! It is a very common issue with the featherless ones-luckily they are docile and accept the training quite well. Pearl

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