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Chinchilla chinchilla and C. lanigera were formerly considered one species until some researchers recognized size and color differences among localities. Since the wild populations of C. chinchilla are rare, it may not be possible to further study this taxonomic issue. They are currently considered separate species based on. once again with its head, pivoting around to bite the ray's disc until the ray succumbs and can be eaten. In addition to their defensive venomous sting, most stingrays have drab coloring that blends in with the sand or mud bottom. The color of Dasyatis americana, for example, varies depending on the color of the surface on.

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At times their coloring represents combinations of these colors. Color variation results from layers of pigmented cells called chromatophores. Three types of pigment cells are present: xanthophores, cyanophores, and melanophores, each responsible for different color variations. Green anoles are capable of changing scale. once again with its head, pivoting around to bite the ray's disc until the ray succumbs and can be eaten. In addition to their defensive venomous sting, most stingrays have drab coloring that blends in with the sand or mud bottom. The color of Dasyatis americana, for example, varies depending on the color of the surface on.


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