Guitarfish have the body and pectoral fins of a ray and the tail fins of a shark. With a length of 2.70 metres and a weight of 135 kilogrammes, the bow mouth guitarfish is one of the largest of its kind. It has sharp, thorny ridges on its head, back, and pectoral fins. They consist of bones and ward off bite attacks from enemies. The guitarfish are thus able to escape, with a bit of luck. It likes to eat crustaceans and crabs, breaking open their shells with its flat teeth.
This product contains small parts and is a choking hazard so not suitable for children under 3 years old.