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  • Jade Binette

    Stingray Swarm, The Cayman Islands - wow. I actually love these so amazing

  • Randy Blackford

    Golden Ray Migration - by Sandra Critelli - “It was an unreal image, very difficult to describe. The surface of the water was covered by warm and different shades of gold and looked like a bed of autumn leaves gently moved by the wind. “It’s hard to say exactly how many there were but in the range of a few thousand.“We were surrounded by them without seeing the edge of the school and we could see many under the water surface too.

  • Hope Fisher

    I love stingrays! Golden Ray Migration by Sandra Critelli: The Gulf of Mexico population of Golden Rays, in schools of as many as 10,000 migrate biannually between western Florida and the Yucatan, turning vast areas of blue water to gold. Measuring up to 7ft (2.1 metres) from wing-tip to wing-tip, Golden rays are also more prosaically known as cow nose rays. They have long, pointed pectoral fins that separate into two lobes in front of their high-domed heads and give them a cow-like appearance. Despite having poisonous stingers they are known to be shy and non-threatening when in large schools. via telegraph.co.uk http://tinyurl.com/3furwbl #Golden_Ray #Photography #Gulf_of_Mexico #Yucatan #Sandra_Critelli

  • Lory Barra

    Manta ray migration

  • Audrey Galloway

    stingrays or mantarays?

  • Dust Blaze

    School of stingrays. Muhfuckas is like the kites of the ocean. Straight up cruise control, beeyatch.

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Golden Ray Migration by Sandra Critelli: The Gulf of Mexico population of Golden Rays, in schools of as many as 10,000 migrate biannually between western Florida and the Yucatan, turning vast areas of blue water to gold. Measuring up to 7ft (2.1 metres) from wing-tip to wing-tip, Golden rays are also more prosaically known as cow nose rays. They have long, pointed pectoral fins that separate into two lobes in front of their high-domed heads and give them a cow-like appearance. Despite having poisonous stingers they are known to be shy and non-threatening when in large schools. via telegraph.co.uk tinyurl.com/... #Golden_Ray #Photography #Gulf_of_Mexico #Yucatan #Sandra_Critelli

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