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WQ0608-Dv. Sicklefin Devil Ray (Mobula tarapacana), also called Chilean devil ray. Found worldwide in tropical to warm temperate seas, often seen near the surface down to 100 feet deep, usually offshore, solitary or in groups. Color above varies from dark blue to olive-green or brown, white transitioning to grey underneath, pectoral fins strongly falcate (curved). Note the two attached remoras (Echeneis naucrates). Azores, Portugal, Atlantic Ocean. Cropped to vertical from native horizontal format.<br />
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WQ0608-Dv. Sicklefin Devil Ray (Mobula tarapacana), also called Chilean devil ray. Found worldwide in tropical to warm temperate seas, often seen near the surface down to 100 feet deep, usually offshore, solitary or in groups. Color above varies from dark blue to olive-green or brown, white transitioning to grey underneath, pectoral fins strongly falcate (curved). Note the two attached remoras (Echeneis naucrates). Azores, Portugal, Atlantic Ocean. Cropped to vertical from native horizontal...
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Date: 6 Sep 2018
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