Johnny Ray

Johnny Ray was first identified on March 12, 2009 at Manta Heaven. We estimated his wingspan then at 4-6 feet.

Johnny has only been to Manta Heaven a handful of times and not been to Manta Village. He is a shy manta ray and stays outside the light circle. He does not come near divers or snorkelers.

SPECIES

Mobula Alfredi (reef)

GENDER

Male

WINGSPAN

6-8 feet

MARKINGS

4 dots, 1 brush stroke

IDENTIFICATION DATE

03/12/2009

Johnny Ray'S MARKINGS

Johnny Ray has 4x dots and 1x brush stroke.

How was Johnny Ray Named?

This manta is named after long time Kona Coast captain Johnny Coladonato.

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