That's a lot of sea flap-flaps right there.
The See Through Canoe guy posts the best aquatic life videos.
“This is one of the largest fevers of cownose rays I've seen. Years ago there was some speculation about these ray fevers getting larger as shark populations decline but recent research has shown this is probably not the case.”
The cownose ray is a species of eagle ray found throughout a large part of the western Atlantic and Caribbean, from New England, United States to southern Brazil. Cownose rays grow rapidly, and male rays often reach about 35 inches in width and weigh 26 pounds.
Cruising through thousands of rays
More of his wonderful videos here.
“Tell tha chef it’s excellent.”
Honduran white bats in their tent made out of leaves.
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