ZooTampa says a technical issue with the tank may have led to the sudden deaths of 12 stingrays last month, and they’ll rebuild the entire habitat to make sure it doesn’t happen again.
ZooTampa officials said tissue and water samples were sent to different labs, including one in Germany, as they investigate why all of their stingrays were found dead last month.
Once home to a dozen stingrays inside of ZooTampa, Stingray Bay sat empty Friday, closed to the public. An investigation continues into the death of all 12 stingrays that were in the touch tank, and foul play cannot yet be ruled out.
An angler fishing off a St. Petersburg Beach was completely unaware that a school of cownose rays, known as a “fever,” were swimming around him
There has been another giant manta ray sighting in the Bay Area. This time, off the coast of Sarasota.
Floridians are used to seeing a variety of wildlife in the Sunshine State, but we don't usually get this close of a view. A large manta ray swam right up to a paddleboarder off Indian Rocks Beach on Friday.
The giant manta ray is the largest ray in the world -- and one of them was spotted just 50 feet away from the shores of St. Petersburg.
Rays pitcher Pete Fairbanks is ready to soar to new heights
Ellis is a big Tampa Bay Rays fan. While he might seem like an ordinary baseball fan, who gets joy out of the success of our local team, he has a way of impacting others through the joy he spreads.
Los Angeles Dodgers star Justin Turner celebrated his World Series victory with his team Tuesday night, without a mask, despite learning before the eighth inning that he was COVID-19 positive.
Lead Hillsborough negotiator Ken Hagan, Tampa Mayor Jane Castor and the Rays met for two-and-a-half hours in the mayor's office, their first meeting in over a year.
The future of the Tampa Bay Rays was the center of Tuesday's Hillsborough County Commission meeting, where Commissioner Ken Hagan floated a new idea for the proposed Ybor City site.
A baby ray was born at a touch tank inside Mote Marine Laboratory and Aquarium.
We've seen alligators in Florida using crosswalks. But how about a fever of rays using the boat channel? That's what SkyFOX spotted this morning: A large group of rays swimming through the channel under the Gandy Bridge.
This might be enough to send chills down the spine of any Florida beachgoer: SkyFOX caught a glimpse of hundreds of rays swimming together in Tampa Bay on Wednesday.