Fine strands of cartilage fan out from its skeleton, a macabre flower that gives the stingray its unique shape. Its fins ripple in waves that mimic the very ocean it inhabits. Its razor thin body cuts through the water, gliding through the ocean in much the same way as a bird through the sky. Watching them from a distance, it would appear as though their fins hardly move, an invisible force propelling them forward. As if it’s nothing at all.