Otho Dee Ray was first identified on July 31, 2015, by James Wing in Kauna’oa Bay. He is about 5 feet fin tip to fin tip and named after Jim’s brother. He was a pup with tiny claspers but has grown to 7-8 feet already.
DESCRIPTION OF MARKINGS
Otho Dee’s markings resemble “two hands embrace”.
July 31, 2015
SIZE OF WINGSPAN
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