What Is a Devil Fish?

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Devil fish is a type of aquatic animal that is usually found in the Mediterranean Sea and is classified under the family Myliobatidae. It is also the title of a film that was produced in 1984. Devil fish may also refer to a game that was released in 1982 by Artic Electronics.
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A Devil fish in in the same class as the eagle ray. They live in the Mediterranean Sea and along the coastal lines of Ireland. They are also called Giant Devil Ray.
Devil fish usually refers to the giant Devil Ray, which is found in the Mediterranean. It is also the name of a Horror flick that came out after Jaws which did not quite do as well.
The red devilfish is a species of Eagle Ray. They belong to family Myliobatidae. They are particularly abundant in the moderate Mediterranean region.
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A devil fish is an Eagle ray. They are part of the Myliobatidae family, they have a spiny tail, and they feed on small schools of fish and crustaceans.
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