Lisa Rae

Lisa Rae was identified on October 2, 2008 at Manta Village by Ryan Leinbach. She was approx. 5 feet across.

The first time we met Lisa Rae she was swimming in the shallows close to the Sheraton hotel and did not approach the dive site in deeper water. She was fairly skittish but became more comfortable as the plankton got stronger. Over time she is now much bolder and moves close to the divers.

 

SPECIES

Mobula Alfredi (reef)

GENDER

Female

WINGSPAN

7-8 feet

MARKINGS

Marking resembles Big Bird's foot

IDENTIFIED BY

Ryan Leinbach

IDENTIFICATION DATE

10/02/2008

Lisa Rae'S MARKINGS

Lisa Rae's main marking resembles Big Bird's foot.

How was Lisa Rae Named?

Lisa Rae is named after the owner of Honu Sports, Lisa Rae Christensen.

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