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Coffin Ray Hypnos monopterygium image
Stock Photo ID: 24M2708-01
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Coffin Ray (Hypnos monopterygium). Also known as Electric Ray, Crampfish, Numbfish, Short-tail Electric Ray and Torpedo Ray. New South Wales, Australia. This ray is capable of delivering a strong electric shock and uses its electric organs to stun prey.
Coffin Ray Hypnos monopterygium image
Stock Photo ID: 24M2708-02
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Coffin Ray (Hypnos monopterygium) - burying itself in sand. Also known as Electric Ray, Crampfish, Numbfish, Short-tail Electric Ray and Torpedo Ray. New South Wales, Australia. This ray is capable of delivering a strong electric shock.
Coffin Ray image
Stock Photo ID: 24M2708-03D
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Coffin Ray (Hypnos monopterygium). Also known as Electric Ray, Crampfish, Numbfish, Short-tail Electric Ray and Torpedo Ray. New South Wales, Australia. This ray is capable of delivering a strong electric shock and uses its electric organs to stun prey.
Coffin Ray image
Stock Photo ID: 24M2708-04D
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Coffin Ray (Hypnos monopterygium). Also known as Electric Ray, Crampfish, Numbfish, Short-tail Electric Ray and Torpedo Ray. New South Wales, Australia. This ray is capable of delivering a strong electric shock and uses its electric organs to stun prey.
Coffin Ray image
Stock Photo ID: 24M2708-05D
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Coffin Ray (Hypnos monopterygium). Also known as Electric Ray, Crampfish, Numbfish, Short-tail Electric Ray and Torpedo Ray. New South Wales, Australia. This ray is capable of delivering a strong electric shock and uses its electric organs to stun prey.
Electric Ray image
Stock Photo ID: 24M2708-06D
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Coffin Ray (Hypnos monopterygium). Also known as Electric Ray, Crampfish, Numbfish, Short-tail Electric Ray and Torpedo Ray. New South Wales, Australia. This ray is capable of delivering a strong electric shock and uses its electric organs to stun prey.
Coffin Ray image
Stock Photo ID: 24M2708-07D
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Coffin Ray (Hypnos monopterygium). Also known as Electric Ray, Crampfish, Numbfish, Short-tail Electric Ray and Torpedo Ray. New South Wales, Australia. This ray is capable of delivering a strong electric shock and uses its electric organs to stun prey.
Electric Ray image
Stock Photo ID: 24M2708-08D
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Coffin Ray (Hypnos monopterygium). Also known as Electric Ray, Crampfish, Numbfish, Short-tail Electric Ray and Torpedo Ray. New South Wales, Australia. This ray is capable of delivering a strong electric shock and uses its electric organs to stun prey.
Coffin Ray Hypnos monopterygium image
Stock Photo ID: 37M2700-02
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Coffin Ray (Hypnos monopterygium). Also known as Electric Ray, Crampfish, Numbfish, Short-tail Electric Ray and Torpedo Ray. New South Wales, Australia. This ray is capable of delivering a strong electric shock and uses its electric organs to stun prey.
Coffin Ray Hypnos monopterygium image
Stock Photo ID: 40M2700-06
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Coffin Ray (Hypnos monopterygium). Also known as Electric Ray, Crampfish, Numbfish, Short-tail Electric Ray and Torpedo Ray. New South Wales, Australia. This ray is capable of delivering a strong electric shock and uses its electric organs to stun prey.
Coffin Ray Hypnos monopterygium image
Stock Photo ID: 43M2708-01
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Coffin Ray (Hypnos monopterygium). Also known as Electric Ray, Crampfish, Numbfish, Short-tail Electric Ray and Torpedo Ray. New South Wales, Australia. This ray is capable of delivering a strong electric shock and uses its electric organs to stun prey.
Bullseye Electric Ray Diplobatus ommata image
Stock Photo ID: 43M2708-02
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Bullseye Electric Ray (Diplobatus ommata). Also known as Bulls-eye Electric Ray. Los Islotes, La Paz, Baja California, Mexico, Sea of Cortez.This ray is capable of delivering a strong electric shock and uses its electric organs to stun prey.
Bullseye Electric Ray Diplobatus ommata image
Stock Photo ID: 43M2708-03
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Bullseye Electric Ray (Diplobatus ommata). Also known as Bulls-eye Electric Ray. Los Islotes, La Paz, Baja California, Mexico, Sea of Cortez.This ray is capable of delivering a strong electric shock and uses its electric organs to stun prey.
Coffin Ray Hypnos monopterygium image
Stock Photo ID: 43M2708-04
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Coffin Ray (Hypnos monopterygium). Also known as Electric Ray, Crampfish, Numbfish, Short-tail Electric Ray and Torpedo Ray. New South Wales, Australia. This ray is capable of delivering a strong electric shock and uses its electric organs to stun prey.
Coffin Ray Hypnos monopterygium image
Stock Photo ID: 43M2708-05
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Coffin Ray (Hypnos monopterygium). Also known as Electric Ray, Crampfish, Numbfish, Short-tail Electric Ray and Torpedo Ray. New South Wales, Australia. This ray is capable of delivering a strong electric shock and uses its electric organs to stun prey.
Marbled Torpedo Ray Torpedo marmorata image
Stock Photo ID: 43M2708-06
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Marbled Torpedo Ray (Torpedo marmorata). Also known as Marbled Electric Ray. El Cabron Marine Park, Arinaga, Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, Spain, off northwest coast of mainland Africa
Marbled Torpedo Ray ready to shock image
Stock Photo ID: 43M2708-07
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Marbled Torpedo Ray (Torpedo marmorata) - in back arching defensive posture or threat display ready to shock. Also known as Marbled Electric Ray. El Cabron Marine Park, Arinaga, Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, Spain, off northwest coast of mainland Africa
Marbled Torpedo Ray Torpedo marmorata image
Stock Photo ID: 43M2708-08
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Marbled Torpedo Ray (Torpedo marmorata). Also known as Marbled Electric Ray. El Cabron Marine Park, Arinaga, Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, Spain, off the northwest coast of mainland Africa
Giant Electric Ray Narcine entemedor image
Stock Photo ID: 43M2708-09
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Giant Electric Ray (Narcine entemedor). Also known as Cortez Electric Ray. Sea of Cortez, San Jose Del Cabo, Baja, Mexico
Giant Electric Ray Narcine entemedor image
Stock Photo ID: 43M2708-10
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Giant Electric Ray (Narcine entemedor). Also known as Cortez Electric Ray. Sea of Cortez, San Jose Del Cabo, Baja, Mexico
Bullseye Electric Ray Diplobatus ommata image
Stock Photo ID: 43M2708-11
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Bullseye Electric Ray (Diplobatis ommata). Also known as Bulls-eye Electric Ray. Sea of Cortez, Cabo pulmo, Baja, Mexico.
Bullseye Electric Ray Diplobatus ommata image
Stock Photo ID: 43M2708-12
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Bullseye Electric Ray (Diplobatis ommata). Also known as Bulls-eye Electric Ray. Sea of Cortez, Cabo pulmo, Baja, Mexico.
Bullseye Electric Ray Diplobatus ommata image
Stock Photo ID: 43M2708-13
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Bullseye Electric Ray (Diplobatis ommata). Also known as Bulls-eye Electric Ray. Sea of Cortez, Cabo pulmo, Baja, Mexico.
Lesser Electric Ray Narcine bancroftii image
Stock Photo ID: 43M2708-14
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Lesser Electric Ray (Narcine bancroftii). Also known as Bancrofts Electric Ray. Previously confused with the Brazilian Electric Ray (Narcine brasiliensis). Panama City, Florida, USA, Gulf of Mexico.
Lesser Electric Ray Narcine bancroftii image
Stock Photo ID: 43M2708-15
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Lesser Electric Ray (Narcine bancroftii). Also known as Bancrofts Electric Ray. Previously confused with the Brazilian Electric Ray (Narcine brasiliensis). Panama City, Florida, USA, Gulf of Mexico.
Apron Ray Discopyge tschudii image
Stock Photo ID: 43M2708-16
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Apron Ray (Discopyge tschudii). Photo taken at Zapallar Bay, Central Chile, Eastern South Pacific.
Apron Ray Discopyge tschudii image
Stock Photo ID: 43M2708-17
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Apron Ray (Discopyge tschudii). Photo taken at Zapallar Bay, Central Chile, Eastern South Pacific.
Giant Electric Ray Narcine entemedor image
Stock Photo ID: 43M2708-18
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Giant Electric Ray (Narcine Entemedor). Also known as Cortez Electric Ray. Photo taken at The Canyon, San Benedicto Island, Socorro, Revillagigedo Archipelago, Mexico.
Marbled Torpedo Ray image
Stock Photo ID: 45M2708-01
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Undescribed species of Marble Torpedo Ray from Horseshoe Bay in Komodo National Park, Indonesia. This species can reportedly discharge a strong jolt of electricity if provoked.
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