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WQ1699-Dr. Sicklefin Devil Ray (Mobula tarapacana), also called Chilean devil ray. Scuba divers come from all over the world to see these majestic creatures at Princess Alice Bank, a seamount 50 miles offshore Pico Island. Scientists are studying dozens of rays regularly seen here, thought to be one of few locations in the world where this species aggregates in large numbers. Azores, Portugal, Atlantic Ocean.<br />
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WQ1699-Dr. Sicklefin Devil Ray (Mobula tarapacana), also called Chilean devil ray. Scuba divers come from all over the world to see these majestic creatures at Princess Alice Bank, a seamount 50 miles offshore Pico Island. Scientists are studying dozens of rays regularly seen here, thought to be one of few locations in the world where this species aggregates in large numbers. Azores, Portugal, Atlantic Ocean.
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