sephen

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sephen

(ˈsɛfən)
n
(Animals) any of several varieties of large stingray, including the Hypolophus sephen, Pastinachus sephen and the Trygon sephen
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Moreover, this advantage is complemented with some other behavioral strategies such as vigilance groups; in Pastinachus sephen vigilance groups of three stingrays are formed arranged in a rosette form increasing the predator detection capabilities (Semeniuk & Dill, 2005).
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