Isabel Ray

Isabel was identified on October 15, 2001 at Manta Heaven. She is a mature female and 12-14 feet wide.

Isabel comes to the “dinner table” rarely but frequents both locations and we usually see her when the plankton concentration is high. Isabel is a “mid-water manta” but has been spotted close to divers. She was also pregnant in the past.

SPECIES

Mobula Alfredi (reef)

GENDER

Female

WINGSPAN

12-14 feet

MARKINGS

3 dots + "bunny ears"

IDENTIFICATION DATE

10/15/2001

Isabel Ray'S MARKINGS

Isabel has three spread out dots on her right side and (with some imagination) “bunny ears” form within her main spot pattern.

Isabel Ray's Injuries/scarring

Isabel Ray has a shorter tail.

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Isabel Ray in 2018

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Isabel Ray in 2018

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Isabel Ray in 2018

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Isabel Ray in 2018

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Isabel Ray in 2018

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Picture of Isabel Ray showing her shorter tail

Picture of Isabel Ray showing her shorter tail

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