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Aetobatus narinari, Spotted Eagle Ray

Spotted Eagle Ray, Aetobatus narinari

The Spotted Eagle Ray’s diet consists mainly of mollusks like conch and clams, which it can crush shell and all with its powerful jaws. It gets them by scooping its mouth through the sand.

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3 Responses to “St. John Sea Creatures: Spotted Eagle Ray”
  1. Zoey says:

    Hey this is a good write-up. May I use some of it on my wellness and slimming blog? I’d naturally backlink to your site so surfers could see the full content if they desired to. Kudos in either case.

  2. My friend Sandi, who lives there, saw the ray during her morning swim… said it meant good luck!!!

  3. gerald says:

    I haven’t seen the Mantas in a while. When and where did your friend see it?


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