Ecuador home to world’s largest Manta Rays

Posted on October 10, 2011 • Filed under: Ecuador, Enviromental Issues

Seen from above looks like a black magic carpet that flies under the sea. View from below, looks like a white blanket and spots whose gills simulate a moon face. From any angle, which is more impressive is its size. The blanket birostris or giant manta ray is the largest species in the world. Family of shark cartilage formed by the fish and harmless to humans, measuring between six and eight meters fin to fin, feeding on plankton and have one offspring a year. Read Article

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