- The electric ray is the most common electric animal in the world. They inhabit in temperate seas across the world. There are different species of electric rays in the world. The range of electric discharge also varies between the species. The electric shock from marbled electric ray can reach up to 220 volts.
- The electric rays have kidney-shaped two highly effective electrogenic organs. They can produce and store electricity through muscular contractions. The electric rays discharge electricity to defend against predators and to catch the prey.
- Electric rays usually found on ocean floors, buried in mud or sand. The dark brown coloration of electric rays resembles the ocean floors. It helps them to hide away from potential predators.