TW3471-D. Smoothtail Mobula Rays (Mobula munkiana), an aggregation of hundreds of the 2 to 3 foot wide rays are feeding on plankton at night. Also called MunkÕs devil ray and Pygmy Devil Ray. Scuba diver (model released) observes the amazing spectacle. Baja, Mexico, Sea of Cortez, Pacific Ocean.<br />
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TW3471-D. Smoothtail Mobula Rays (Mobula munkiana), an aggregation of hundreds of the 2 to 3 foot wide rays are feeding on plankton at night. Also called MunkÕs devil ray and Pygmy Devil Ray. Scuba diver (model released) observes the amazing spectacle. Baja, Mexico, Sea of Cortez, Pacific Ocean.
Photo Copyright © Brandon Cole. All rights reserved worldwide. www.brandoncole.com

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