Vicky Ray

Vicky Ray was identified on June 12, 2002 Manta Heaven. She was about 4 feet across.

She visits Manta Heaven on a very regular basis and occasionally Manta Village. When we see Vicky Ray, we remember Victoria Elizabeth Redman Cluxton, who passed in 2006 at the age of 45. She is the sister of Christian Redman aka “Flipper”, a manta enthusiast and divemaster for many years.

SPECIES

Mobula Alfredi (reef)

GENDER

Female

WINGSPAN

12-14 feet

MARKINGS

long stroke + dot between gill slits

IDENTIFICATION DATE

06/12/2002

Vicky Ray'S MARKINGS

Vicky Ray has 1x long stroke between her gill slits and 1x dot.

Vicky Ray's Injuries/scarring

Vicky Ray has some scarring on her right-wing from a fishing hook injury.

How was Vicky Ray Named?

She is named after Vicky Newman.

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