Giant Manta Rays

Giant Manta Rays can grow up to 23 feet across.

The Giant Manta Ray is the largest type of ray of its species. When traveling, they are normally seen alone or with groups of up to 50 other Giant Manta Rays. They are filter feeders that eat shrimp, krill or planktonic crabs and eat about 13% of its body weight each week.

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Giant Manta Ray
Giant Manta Ray

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