Emma Ray

Emma was identified on June 26, 2008. She is a beautiful female who is seen irregularly along the Kona Coast.

 

 

SPECIES

Mobula Alfredi (reef)

GENDER

Female

WINGSPAN

7-9 feet

MARKINGS

Markings show a resemblance to a candelabra

IDENTIFICATION DATE

06/26/2008

Emma Ray'S MARKINGS

Her markings show a resemblance to a candelabra and also to "Lumiere", a fictional character from the Disney production "The Beauty and the Beast". Just like Lumiere, Emma is a great dancer and likes to put on a show for her audience.

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