Jerry Ray

Jerry Ray was first identified on December 13, 2009 by Martina Wing during a day snorkel adventure. She remembers that it took a lot of breath holding to get the identifying spot pattern on camera.

He is a mature male and has not been seen at the nightly experience at Manta Heaven or Manta Village.

 

SPECIES

Mobula Alfredi (reef)

GENDER

Male

WINGSPAN

9-10 feet

MARKINGS

3x strokes

IDENTIFIED BY

Martina Wing

IDENTIFICATION DATE

12/13/2009

Jerry Ray'S MARKINGS

3x strokes make up Jerry's spot pattern.

How was Jerry Ray Named?

His namesake is Martina’s father-in-law Jerry Wing.

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