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WQ0590-D. Sicklefin Devil Ray (Mobula tarapacana), also called Chilean devil ray, and scuba diver with underwater video camera. This medium-sized member of family Myliobatidae grows to 10 feet across and is a cousin to the larger Manta Rays. It feeds on small fishes and planktonic crustaceans such as krill. Azores, Portugal, Atlantic Ocean.<br />
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Mobula ray and diver photo
WQ0590-D. Sicklefin Devil Ray (Mobula tarapacana), also called Chilean devil ray, and scuba diver with underwater video camera. This medium-sized member of family Myliobatidae grows to 10 feet across and is a cousin to the larger Manta Rays. It feeds on small fishes and planktonic crustaceans such as krill. Azores, Portugal, Atlantic Ocean.
Photo Copyright © Brandon Cole. All rights reserved worldwide. www.brandoncole.com

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