Sugar Ray

Sugar Ray was identified in August of 2000 at Manta Heaven.

He was the first manta ray tagged in a research project headed by Tim Clark of the University of Hawaii in June 2002. He is frequently seen at Manta Heaven & Manta Village.

SPECIES

Mobula Alfredi (reef)

GENDER

Male

WINGSPAN

8-9 feet

MARKINGS

the letter "S"

IDENTIFICATION DATE

08/01/2000

Sugar Ray'S MARKINGS

His markings make him look like a Superman with the letter "S" on his chest.

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