SOUTHERN  STINGRAY
Dasyatis americana
Family : Dasyatidae
YELLOW  STINGRAY
Urolophus jamaicensis
Family : Urotrygonidae
STINGRAYS AND MANTA  RAYS
Order:  Myliobatiformes
SPOTTED EAGLE RAY
Aetobatus narinari
Family: Myliobatidae
NURSE SHARK
Ginglymostoma cirratum
Family: Ginglymostomatidae
RAYS
Super Order: Batoidea

CARPET SHARKS
Order:  Orectolobiformes
GROUND SHARKS
Order:  Carcharhiniformes
General:
No swim bladders, maintaining buoyancy instead with large livers that are full of oil e.g. squalene. This stored oil may also function as a nutrient when food is scarce.

Five to seven pairs of gill clefts opening individually to the exterior, rigid dorsal fins, and small placoid scales. The teeth are in several series; the upper jaw is not fused to the cranium, and the lower jaw is articulated with the upper.
SHARKS
Super Order: Selachii

CARIBBEAN REEF  SHARK
Carcharhinus perezii
Family: Carcharhinidae
SHARKS AND RAYS
Sub-Class: Elasmobranchii