Leon Ray

Leon Ray was first identified on July 25, 2014 by Leon Masden near Makalawena beach. He was small with 5 feet width.

While snorkeling, Leon spotted Leon Ray 30 feet down hovering, circling for 15 minutes and seemed curious and playful.

SPECIES

Mobula Alfredi (reef)

GENDER

Male

WINGSPAN

7-8 feet

MARKINGS

Markings resemble a "crescent wrench", 2 strokes on the top right

IDENTIFIED BY

Leon Masden

IDENTIFICATION DATE

07/25/2014

Leon Ray'S MARKINGS

Leon Ray's markings resemble a "crescent wrench" plus 2x strokes on the top right hand side.

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