What Is a Group of Stingrays Called?

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A group of stingrays is called a fever. They are flat marine fish usually found in warm waters around the globe. They normally prefer to live in warm deep waters and when the environment becomes colder, they retreat deeper in to the ocean.
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It is called a Fever.
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the collective noun for st[ngrays is a "fever.i saw a fever of stingrays. @nelesh.there is no reference in wiki to the collective noun for stingrays. Source(s) http://www.zooborns.com
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