The barbs on a stingray are actually venomous. The skin surrounding the barb releases a protein-based toxin into victims, creating pain and messing with heart rate and respiration functions. If you are impaled by a stingray barb, lots of warm water should be applied to the wound to break down those toxins. Death stemming from a stingray barb is usually from wound infection rather than anything else.
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