Martina Ray was identified on October 1, 2004 about 2 miles off-shore the Kona Coast by James Wing.
On that day Martina Ray was being pursuit by a male manta that we call “St. James Ray“. Martina Ray is a pelagic manta ray. We have seen her only once, but because she roams the big ocean one day she might be spotted in a different part of the world, so keep an eye or two out for her.
Martina Ray’s namesake is Martina Wing, creator of this website.
DESCRIPTION OF MARKINGS
Two eyes look at you when you identify Martina Ray.
October 01, 2004
SIZE OF WINGSPAN
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