Bob’n’Ray

Bob’n’Ray was identified in July of 2000 and has been a frequent visitor to Manta Heaven. He is a mature male and usually comes with other rays to the nightly feeding. During the day he has been spotted following females that are ready to mate.

SPECIES

Mobula Alfredi (reef)

GENDER

Male

WINGSPAN

9 feet

MARKINGS

3x strokes

IDENTIFICATION DATE

07/01/2000

Bob’n’Ray'S MARKINGS

Bob'n'Ray has only 3x strokes on his chest.

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