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This is called Flight of the Rays by Florian Schulz (Germany). This aerial view of a congregation of Munk’s devil rays was taken over the Sea of Cortez, Baja California, Mexico in 2010. He won Environmental Photographer of the Year.
The Amazing Strength of an Ant Photographer Yu Wu took this incredible close-up of a small ant biting a branch whilst holding up a rock. The location was only described as ‘beside a river in China’. According to Discovery.com, ants are capable of not only lifting, but carrying up to fifty times their own body weight!
AN X-RAY OF A STINGRAY Photograph by Ken Jones The photograph above is an x-ray of a freshwater stingray species discovered in 2011 in the Amazon rain forest. The discovery was made by the research team of Nathan Lovejoy, a biologist at the University of Toronto in Scarborough; and Marcelo Rodrigues [...] This had everyone in the house going "oooooooh"
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.
I have been engulfed in schools of fish like this before. It's like a cloud of silverfish coming at you and is no way to avoid them. This around you to a point that everything blacks out. Are you can do is just sit still and wait for them to pass seconds seems like an eternity.
The bullseye electric ray or ocellated electric ray, Diplobatis ommata, is a species of numbfish, family Narcinidae, native to the eastern Pacific Ocean from Baja California to Ecuador. It is most common on sandy bottoms, but is also found over rocky bottoms, in bays, and near rock reefs