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Ray

Batoidea

Habitat:

Most species live on the sea floor, in a variety of geographical regions - many in coastal waters, few live in deep waters, most batoids have a somewhat cosmopolitan distribution, in tropical and subtropical marine environments, temperate or cold-water species. Only a few species, like manta rays, live in the open sea, and only a few live in freshwater

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Photograph ©Riicardo Bilé

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Undulate ray
Raja undulata Undulate ray


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Spotted on Jul 4, 2011
Submitted on Jul 12, 2011

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