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One of four baby southern stingrays which have been born at the Blue Reef Aquarium in Newquay, Cornwall.

Picture: APEX (via Animal pictures of the week: 29 June 2012 - Telegraph)

allcreatures:

One of four baby southern stingrays which have been born at the Blue Reef Aquarium in Newquay, Cornwall.

Picture: APEX (via Animal pictures of the week: 29 June 2012 - Telegraph)

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Wide Angle - Marine Life, runner-up: Manta Madness, by Tobias Friedrich, Germany

Picture: Tobias Friedrich (via Underwater photography competition medal winners 2011/12 - Telegraph)

allcreatures:

Wide Angle - Marine Life, runner-up: Manta Madness, by Tobias Friedrich, Germany

Picture: Tobias Friedrich (via Underwater photography competition medal winners 2011/12 - Telegraph)

Reblogged from allcreatures 2 years ago

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explosionsoflife:

With a wingspan of up to three meters, the Spotted Eagle Ray (Aetobatus narinari) is a giant beauty. Unlike most other rays, the spotted eagle ray is a very active swimmer. Most of its swimming time is spent in open water, although it is also commonly seen inshore. These rays are very agile and can twist and turn to escape predatory sharks. Sometimes, small groups splash around at the surface, making spectacular leaps out of the water.

explosionsoflife:

With a wingspan of up to three meters, the Spotted Eagle Ray (Aetobatus narinari) is a giant beauty. Unlike most other rays, the spotted eagle ray is a very active swimmer. Most of its swimming time is spent in open water, although it is also commonly seen inshore. These rays are very agile and can twist and turn to escape predatory sharks. Sometimes, small groups splash around at the surface, making spectacular leaps out of the water.

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kittycate:

sangre-dulce:



smiley rays make me happy.

kittycate:

sangre-dulce:


smiley rays make me happy.

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