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    "An amazing picture of thousands of rays swimming through the ocean in a colossal school has scooped top prize in the CIWEM Environmental Photographer of the Year 2010 awards. The group of Munkiana Devil Rays were spotted in Baja California Sur, Mexico, by German conservation photographer Florian Schulz." - from the Telegraph

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    This is a photo of a massive congregation of Munkiana Devil Rays; relatives of the Manta Ray, in the sea of Cortez, Baja California, in Mexico. The photo was captured by a German photographer named Florian Schulz, who has dubbed this image “The Flight of the Rays”. This image won the “Underwater World” category in the 2010 Environmental Photographer of the Year awards in National Geographic.

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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.

putting the size of a whale in perspective.... Such an awesome picture !!!!

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I love how rays ''fly'' through the water! ____________________________ Sting Ray - Ray of Light

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