Angelika Ray

Angelika Ray was first identified September 1, 2008 at Manta Village by James Wing and she was about 4 feet across.

She is a courageous manta ray as she was flipping belly to belly with snorkelers within two weeks of first being sited. It takes most mantas a lot longer, but she learned quickly that lights equal food. To this day we have not seen a manta ray warm up to the bubbles and light situation as quickly as she did.

Angelika Ray gave many people a great encounter during the manta experience. Although she has not been seen in a few years now, we are hopeful that she will return one day soon.

SPECIES

Mobula Alfredi (reef)

GENDER

Female

WINGSPAN

5-6 feet

MARKINGS

4 peaks + dots above each peak

IDENTIFIED BY

James Wing

IDENTIFICATION DATE

09/01/2008

Angelika Ray'S MARKINGS

Angelika’s spot pattern has 4x peaks that come up on her main marking. There are also dots above that correspond with each of the peaks.

How was Angelika Ray Named?

Angelika Ray’s namesake is Martina Wing’s sister Angelika.

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