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Spotted Eagle Ray
The spotted eagle ray (Aetobatus narinari) is very distinctive with a flattened body and triangular corners to the wing-like pectoral fins. The snout is rounded and pointed at the tip, so that it resembles a bird’s beak. The tail is long and whip-like and bears 2 – 6 spines. These eagle rays possess highly attractive colouring; the uppersurface is blackish-blue with many white spots, whilst the underside is white.

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