Maluhia Ray

Maluhia Ray was identified on April 21, 1996 at Manta Village. She is a grown female with 14-16 feet wingspan and rivals “Big Bertha” in size.

Since 2005 she has been seen pregnant several times. She is a great entertainer at the Manta Experience, will come close to the divers and performs wonderful acrobatics in midwater.

SPECIES

Mobula Alfredi (reef)

GENDER

Male

WINGSPAN

14-16 feet

MARKINGS

Shaka sign + 1 dot

IDENTIFICATION DATE

04/21/1996

Maluhia Ray'S MARKINGS

Maluhia's main marking resembles a shaka or hand with a long thumb. She also has 1x dot just above the space by the thumb.

Maluhia Ray's Injuries/scarring

Maluhia is missing her left wingtip.

How was Maluhia Ray Named?

Maluhia means “peace” in Hawaiian.

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