Alexander Ray

Alexander Ray was identified on October 19, 2003 at Manta Heaven. He was a pup and approximately 3 feet wide but has now matured to 8-9 feet wing tip to wing tip.

He is seen irregularly at Manta Heaven and never been spotted at Manta Village. Like most young mantas, Alexander Ray was very shy at first but soon learned that lights mean food.

SPECIES

Mobula Alfredi (reef)

GENDER

Male

WINGSPAN

8-9 feet

MARKINGS

2 diamonds + ''V''

IDENTIFICATION DATE

10/19/2003

Alexander Ray'S MARKINGS

Alexander Ray has two diamond shaped spots combined with a "V" looking pattern.

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