Rami Ray

Rami Ray (pronounced “ray me ray”) was identified on October 31, 2011 at Manta Heaven by Captain Ron Gittins from Coral Reef Snorkel Adventures and his friend Jerry Busheff. Rumor is that she is bigger than Big Bertha.

She is a pelagic manta ray and hopefully, she will be spotted somewhere else in the world.

SPECIES

Mobula Birostris (pelagic)

GENDER

Female

WINGSPAN

16-18 feet

MARKINGS

3x small spots and 2x big spots markings

IDENTIFIED BY

Captain Ron Gittins and his friend Jerry Busheff

IDENTIFICATION DATE

10/31/2011

Rami Ray'S MARKINGS

Rami Ray has 3x small spots and 2x big spots.

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