TW2541-D. Smoothtail Mobula Rays (Mobula munkiana), an aggregation of hundreds of the 2 to 3 foot wide rays are feeding on plankton at night. The light colored specks in the water are tiny crustaceans, a type of zooplankton attracted to the light above and a favorite food of mobulas and manta rays. Baja, Mexico, Sea of Cortez, Pacific Ocean.<br />
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TW2541-D. Smoothtail Mobula Rays (Mobula munkiana), an aggregation of hundreds of the 2 to 3 foot wide rays are feeding on plankton at night. The light colored specks in the water are tiny crustaceans, a type of zooplankton attracted to the light above and a favorite food of mobulas and manta rays. Baja, Mexico, Sea of Cortez, Pacific Ocean.
Photo Copyright © Brandon Cole. All rights reserved worldwide. www.brandoncole.com

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