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Manta Ray - ID: 12119538 © Edward  Dorson
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Manta Ray

Manta Ray, 2007 Yap, Micronesia
Metallic C-Print, 33 x 45 inches

Manta rays are remarkable in being completely dissimilar to our human form, yet their grace and fascinating behaviors can create an immediate bond as fellow earthlings. Manta rays are the largest and smartest of the ray species, spanning up to 25 feet and weighing up to 5000 pounds. They often swirl in barrel rolls, filter feeding on small organisms with the aid of the scoop-like cephalic fins in front of their gaping mouths.


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