Kapono Ray

Kapono Ray was first identified on May 4, 2001 at Manta Heaven. His wingspan is about 8-10 feet.

Kapono is not a regular manta ray at either of the dive sites. He has only been seen a few times but when he did come he stayed away from the divers’ bubbles and fed in the shadows.

 

SPECIES

Mobula Alfredi (reef)

GENDER

Male

WINGSPAN

8-10 feet

MARKINGS

3 spots on his left side, a large white oval "puka" (hole) within the solid pattern

IDENTIFICATION DATE

05/04/2001

Kapono Ray'S MARKINGS

Kapono has 3x spots on his left side and a large white oval "puka" (hole) within the solid pattern that makes up his ID.

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