stingrays, flight, beach days
In The Amazing Flight of Little Ray, a stingray takes to the air on an unforgettable flight. Little Ray does not believe in limits. He plans to fly like a bird. His carries him into the great unknown.
His skip and jump need luck. Returning to the big blue sea from the big blue sky gives him trouble. He'll need help to drop back into the sea. Hurray for Little Ray! This young stingray takes the ride of a lifetime.
LITTLE RAY & SHARK
rays, sharks, friendship
Little Ray and Shark Patch Things Up begins with Little Ray doing an underwater circus. His acrobatics get cheers from boating friends. When the lone, dark fin appears, Ray's friends try to escape.
The shark cuts for the boat, making a hole. While his friends bail water, the shark returns to find Ray stuck to the hole as a patch. The shark grabs the anchor chain. As the boat nears shore, swimmers take off screaming.
armadillos, fun, facts
In The Foxy Armadillos, finding an empty fox den for their family seems to be a stroke of luck. Pa and Ma move in with their children Sis, Boom, and Ba. The farmers notice these critters have made themselves at home.
Holes are all over their farm. Not long ago, they had driven the fox away. Now, they have to figure out what to do with the armadillos. When the armadillos become the next target, the foxy children come up with a clever solution.
The Stingray Shuffle with Little Ray.
Scare Angel Sharks
Improve Beach Days.
Doing the Stingray Shuffle may ward off other creatures. It scares away angel sharks along with bad stingrays. Angel sharks and stingrays prefer to flee. They don't want to be forced to sting unaware waders or swimmers in self-defense.
According to Pizard's GURPS Miscellanea, Angel Sharks are called “Sand Devils”. They greet waders with mouths full of teeth. Their flattened bodies also get them called “angel stingrays”.
Little Ray teaches friends to shuffle their feet when entering and wading through the water. Dancing stingrays also like this dance. Angel sharks are as scary to Little Ray as they are to beach goers. Angel sharks snack on little rays.
This shuffling dance movement scares away flat sharks. These creatures half-buried in the sand flee heavy vibrations. This dance could prevent an unfriendly encounter with dangerous creatures underfoot.
It will not prevent the rare injury that comes with stepping on a buried stinging barb. These parts can be left behind when a stingray leaves the area. After joining Little Ray and friends in this dance, be sure to read the other fun facts about ocean life on this website.
Everyone should learn to move like a dancing stingray. Visitors to the ocean world of these shark family members should learn how to do shuffle. Little Ray's dance video may prevent missteps. Learning can be done on land.
Kids can imagine they are scaring off stingrays. It is good to practice there is no risk of getting stung. Children won't want to do this dance around sharks. Movements that scare off stingrays may bring in sharks.
Little Ray's seafaring books include adventures of stingrays, sharks and armadillos. While dancing with Little Ray there may not be any armadillos at the beach. However, the facts about these swimming creatures are exciting, interesting and fun.
Little Ray carries friends to the beach with his dance and with his children's books. Little Ray should improve beach days for everyone. As shown in the following video, beach days should be pure fun.
The text in the Stingray Shuffle video does not form part of any Little Ray book. Many of the animations were made from the illustrations in his books. As friends learn to dance the stingray shuffle like dancing stingrays, they also bond in friendship.
As the words to the video explain: “Doing the stingray shuffle may improve our beach days. The vibrations scare off any unfriendly rays. Let's make the surf pound and rattle the ground with your choice of sound for our next go-round.” (Video length: 32 seconds)