Gavin Ray

Gavin Ray is a male pup that was first seen on November 13, 2015 by Alice Thigpen. He was small with 5 feet across.

SPECIES

Mobula Alfredi (reef)

GENDER

Male

WINGSPAN

5-6 feet

MARKINGS

Marking resembles a "lobster"

IDENTIFIED BY

Alice Thigpen

IDENTIFICATION DATE

11/13/2015

Gavin Ray'S MARKINGS

Gavin Ray's marking resembles a "lobster" (with some imagination ????)

How was Gavin Ray Named?

Alice named him after her friend’s 4 year old son, Gavin, who recently passed away from a sudden rare disease. When she asked Gavin’s mom about this, she wrote, “I would love a Gavin Ray. They are our angels and the ocean is our church.

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