Reese Ray

Reese Ray was identified on July 26, 2007 at Manta Village by Ryan Leinbach. She was about 6 feet across.

She used to be a regular visitor at “Manta Village” and “Manta Heaven” and is comfortable with divers and snorkelers while displaying a nice show for them.

SPECIES

Mobula Alfredi (reef)

GENDER

Female

WINGSPAN

7-8 feet

MARKINGS

Marking resembles the "Big Island"

IDENTIFIED BY

Ryan Leinbach

IDENTIFICATION DATE

07/26/2007

Reese Ray'S MARKINGS

Solid spot resembles the "Big Island" and her kinky tail.

How was Reese Ray Named?

Reese Ray is named after our friend in North Carolina Brandy Reece, who worked with us in 2007.

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