Do They Make Scallops from Stingrays?

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Real scallops are not made from stingrays. They grow in a scallop shell. However, sometimes a seafood item is sold as a scallop, but is actually the meat that has been punched out of the wings of a skate fish which looks similar to a stingray.
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