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White-spotted Eagle Ray Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24M2600-32
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White-spotted Eagle Ray (Aetobatus narinari). Also known as Bonnet Skate, Duckbill Ray and Spotted Eagle Ray. Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia
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White-spotted Eagle Ray Aetobatus narinari Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24M2700-01
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White-spotted Eagle Ray (Aetobatus narinari). Also known as Bonnet Skate, Duckbill Ray and Spotted Eagle Ray. Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
White-spotted Eagle Ray Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24M2700-02
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White-spotted Eagle Ray (Aetobatus narinari). Also known as Bonnet Skate, Duckbill Ray and Spotted Eagle Ray. Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
White-spotted Eagle Ray Aetobatus narinari Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24M2706-01D
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White-spotted Eagle Ray (Aetobatus narinari). Also known as Bonnet Skate, Duckbill Ray and Spotted Eagle Ray. Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
White-spotted Eagle Rays Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24M2706-02D
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White-spotted Eagle Ray (Aetobatus narinari). Also known as Bonnet Skate, Duckbill Ray and Spotted Eagle Ray. Found throughout the world in all tropical seas. Photo taken at Heron Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australia.
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
White-spotted Eagle Ray Aetobatus narinari Photo - Bob Halstead
Stock Photo ID: 35M2600-02
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Schooling White-spotted Eagle Ray (Aetobatus narinari). Also known as Bonnet Skate, Duckbill Ray and Spotted Eagle Ray. Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia
© Bob Halstead / OceanwideImages.com
Giant Oceanic Manta Rays Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24M2600-19
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Giant Oceanic Manta Ray (Manta birostris). Found throughout the world in tropical and subtropical waters, but also can be found in temperate waters. Largest type of ray in the world, recorded at over 7.6 metres (26ft) across. Great Barrier Reef, Australia
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
Manta Ray Manta birostris D Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24M2600-25
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Giant Oceanic Manta Ray (Manta birostris). Found throughout the world in tropical and subtropical waters, but also can be found in temperate waters. Largest type of ray in the world, recorded at over 7.6 metres (26ft) across. Great Barrier Reef, Australia
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
Giant Oceanic Manta Ray Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24M2611-03
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Giant Oceanic Manta Ray (Manta birostris). Found throughout the world in tropical and subtropical waters, but also can be found in temperate waters. Largest type of ray in the world, recorded at over 7.6 metres (26ft) across. Great Barrier Reef, Australia
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
Manta Rays Manta birostris Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24M2611-05
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Giant Oceanic Manta Ray (Manta birostris). Found throughout the world in tropical and subtropical waters, but also can be found in temperate waters. Largest type of ray in the world, recorded at over 7.6 metres (26ft) across. Great Barrier Reef, Australia
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
Manta Rays Manta birostris Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24M2711-01
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Giant Oceanic Manta Ray (Manta birostris). Found throughout the world in tropical and subtropical waters, but also can be found in temperate waters. Largest type of ray in the world, recorded at over 7.6 metres (26ft) across. Great Barrier Reef, Australia
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
Giant Oceanic Manta Ray Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24M2711-02
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Giant Oceanic Manta Ray (Manta birostris). Found throughout the world in tropical and subtropical waters, but also can be found in temperate waters. Largest type of ray in the world, recorded at over 7.6 metres (26ft) across. Great Barrier Reef, Australia
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
Manta Ray Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24M2711-03
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Giant Oceanic Manta Ray (Manta birostris). Found throughout the world in tropical and subtropical waters, but also can be found in temperate waters. Largest type of ray in the world, recorded at over 7.6 metres (26ft) across. Great Barrier Reef, Australia
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
Giant Oceanic Manta Ray Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24M2711-04
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Giant Oceanic Manta Ray (Manta birostris). Found throughout the world in tropical and subtropical waters, but also can be found in temperate waters. Largest type of ray in the world, recorded at over 7.6 metres (26ft) across. Great Barrier Reef, Australia
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
Manta Ray Manta birostris Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24M2711-05
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Giant Oceanic Manta Ray (Manta birostris). Found throughout the world in tropical and subtropical waters, but also can be found in temperate waters. Largest type of ray in the world, recorded at over 7.6 metres (26ft) across. Great Barrier Reef, Australia
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
Manta Ray Manta birostris Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24M2711-06
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Giant Oceanic Manta Ray (Manta birostris). Found throughout the world in tropical and subtropical waters, but also can be found in temperate waters. Largest type of ray in the world, recorded at over 7.6 metres (26ft) across. Great Barrier Reef, Australia
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
Giant Oceanic Manta Ray Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24M2711-07
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Giant Oceanic Manta Ray (Manta birostris). Found throughout the world in tropical and subtropical waters, but also can be found in temperate waters. Largest type of ray in the world, recorded at over 7.6 metres (26ft) across. Great Barrier Reef, Australia
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
Manta Ray Manta birostris Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24M2711-08
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Giant Oceanic Manta Ray (Manta birostris). Found throughout the world in tropical and subtropical waters, but also can be found in temperate waters. Largest type of ray in the world, recorded at over 7.6 metres (26ft) across. Great Barrier Reef, Australia
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
Giant Oceanic Manta Ray Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24M2711-09
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Giant Oceanic Manta Ray (Manta birostris). Found throughout the world in tropical and subtropical waters, but also can be found in temperate waters. Largest type of ray in the world, recorded at over 7.6 metres (26ft) across. Great Barrier Reef, Australia
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
Giant Oceanic Manta Ray Heron Island Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24M2711-10
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Giant Oceanic Manta Ray (Manta birostris). Found throughout the world in tropical and subtropical waters, but also can be found in temperate waters. Largest type of ray in the world, recorded at over 7.6 metres (26ft) across. Great Barrier Reef, Australia
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
Giant Oceanic Manta Ray Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24M2711-11
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Giant Oceanic Manta Ray (Manta birostris). Found throughout the world in tropical and subtropical waters, but also can be found in temperate waters. Largest type of ray in the world, recorded at over 7.6 metres (26ft) across. Great Barrier Reef, Australia
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
Giant Oceanic Manta Ray Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24M2711-12
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Giant Oceanic Manta Ray (Manta birostris). Found throughout the world in tropical and subtropical waters, but also can be found in temperate waters. Largest type of ray in the world, recorded at over 7.6 metres (26ft) across. Great Barrier Reef, Australia
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
Manta Ray with Remora Suckerfish Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24M2711-13
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Giant Oceanic Manta Ray (Manta birostris). Found throughout the world in tropical and subtropical waters, but also can be found in temperate waters. Largest type of ray in the world, recorded at over 7.6 metres (26ft) across. Great Barrier Reef, Australia
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
Giant Oceanic Manta Ray Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24M2711-14
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Giant Oceanic Manta Ray (Manta birostris). Found throughout the world in tropical and subtropical waters, but also can be found in temperate waters. Largest type of ray in the world, recorded at over 7.6 metres (26ft) across. Great Barrier Reef, Australia
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
Manta Ray Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24M2711-15
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Giant Oceanic Manta Ray (Manta birostris). Found throughout the world in tropical and subtropical waters, but also can be found in temperate waters. Largest type of ray in the world, recorded at over 7.6 metres (26ft) across. Great Barrier Reef, Australia
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
Manta Ray Manta birostris Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24M2711-16
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Giant Oceanic Manta Ray (Manta birostris). Found throughout the world in tropical and subtropical waters, but also can be found in temperate waters. Largest type of ray in the world, recorded at over 7.6 metres (26ft) across. Great Barrier Reef, Australia
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
Manta Rays at cleaning station Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24M2711-17
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A pair of Giant Oceanic Manta Rays (Manta birostris), being cleaned at a fish cleaning station. Also known as Devil Ray and Devilfish. Photo taken at the Bommie, Heron Island, Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia.
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
Manta Ray Manta birostris Devilfish Photo - Bob Halstead
Stock Photo ID: 35M2611-04
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Giant Oceanic Manta Ray (Manta birostris). Also known as Devil Ray and Devilfish. Indo-Pacific
© Bob Halstead / OceanwideImages.com
Manta Ray Manta birostris Photo - Michael Patrick O'Neill
Stock Photo ID: 45M2711-01
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Giant Oceanic Manta Ray (Manta birostris). Also known as Devil Ray and Devilfish. French Polynesia. Found in tropical and warm temperate seas.
© Michael Patrick O'Neill / OceanwideImages.com
Smoothtail Mobula Ray Mobula thurstoni Photo - Mark Carwardine
Stock Photo ID: 50M2711-15
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Smoothtail Mobula Ray (Mobula thurstoni) leaping out of the water. These rays are often mistaken for Manta Rays. Baja California, Sea of Cortez, Mexico. Found in tropical waters worldwide.
© Mark Carwardine / OceanwideImages.com
Smoothtail Mobula Ray Mobula thurstoni Photo - Mark Carwardine
Stock Photo ID: 50M2711-16
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Smoothtail Mobula Ray (Mobula thurstoni) leaping out of the water. These rays are often mistaken for Manta Rays. Baja California, Sea of Cortez, Mexico. Found in tropical waters worldwide.
© Mark Carwardine / OceanwideImages.com
Smoothtail Mobula Ray Mobula thurstoni Photo - Mark Carwardine
Stock Photo ID: 50M2711-17
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Smoothtail Mobula Ray (Mobula thurstoni) leaping out of the water. These rays are often mistaken for Manta Rays. Baja California, Sea of Cortez, Mexico. Found in tropical waters worldwide.
© Mark Carwardine / OceanwideImages.com
Giant Shovelnose Ray Rhinobatos typus Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24M2745-04D
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Giant Shovelnose Ray (Rhinobatos typus). Also known as Common Shovelnose Ray, Shovelnose Shark and Shovelnose Guitarfish. Found throughout the Indo-Pacific, including tropical Australian waters. Photo taken at Heron Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australia.
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Giant Shovelnose Ray Heron Island Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24M2745-05D
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Giant Shovelnose Ray (Rhinobatos typus). Also known as Common Shovelnose Ray, Shovelnose Shark and Shovelnose Guitarfish. Found throughout the Indo-Pacific, including tropical Australian waters. Photo taken at Heron Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australia.
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
Blotched fantail Stingray Teiniura meyeni Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24M2600-13
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Blotched fantail Stingray (Teiniura meyeni). Also known as Black-blotched Stingray, Black-spotted Stingray and Giant reef Ray. Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
Cowtail Stingray Pastinachus sephen Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24M2600-28
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Cowtail Stingray (Pastinachus sephen) - buried in sand. Also known as Banana-tail Ray, Fantail Ray and Feathertail Stingray. Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
Blotched Fantail Stingray Teiniura meyeni Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24M2600-31
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Blotched Fantail Stingray (Teiniura meyeni). Also known as Black-blotched Stingray, Black-spotted Stingray and Giant Reef Ray. Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
Scuba Diver with Cowtail Stingray Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24M2755-09
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Scuba Diver observing Cowtail Stingray (Pastinachus sephen). Also known as Banana-tail Ray, Fantail Ray and Feathertail Stingray. Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia.
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
Blue-spotted Fantail Stingray Taeniura lymma Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24M2755-11D
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Blue-spotted Fantail Stingray (Taeniura lymma). Found on sandy bottoms in the vicinity of coral reefs throughout the Indo-west Pacific Region. Also known as Blue-spotted Lagoon Ray, Blue-spotted Ribbontail Ray, Lagoon Ray, Lesser Fantail Ray and Reef Ray.
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Blue-spotted Maskray Dasyatis kuhlii Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24M2755-12
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Blue-spotted Maskray (Dasyatis kuhlii), also known as Blue-spotted Stingaree and Blue-spotted Stingray - sifting (feeding) through shell-grit sea bed, with a female Crimson-banded Wrasse (Notolabrus gymnogenis) hovering. Solitary Island, NSW, Australia.
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Cowtail Stingray Pastinachus sephen Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24M2755-14D
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Cowtail Stingray (Pastinachus sephen). Also known as Fantail Ray, Feathertail Stingray, Banana-tail Ray. Found throughout the Indo-Pacific from Red Sea to Australia, also Melanesia & Micronesia. Photo taken at Heron Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australia.
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Cowtail Stingray resting in shallows Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24M2755-15D
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Cowtail Stingray (Pastinachus sephen), resting in the shallows close to shore. Also known as Fantail Ray, Feathertail Stingray, Banana-tail Ray. Found throughout the Indo-Pacific. Photo taken at Heron Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australia.
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Cowtail Stingrays foraging in sand Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24M2755-16D
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Cowtail Stingrays (Pastinachus sephen), foraging in the shallows close to shore. Also known as Fantail Ray, Feathertail Stingray, Banana-tail Ray. Found throughout the Indo-Pacific. Photo taken at Heron Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australia.
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Cowtail Stingray emerging from sand Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24M2755-17D
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Cowtail Stingray (Pastinachus sephen), emerging from a sandy bottom. Also known as Fantail Ray, Feathertail Stingray, Banana-tail Ray. Found throughout the Indo-Pacific. Photo taken at Heron Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australia.
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
Cowtail Stingray emerging from sand Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24M2755-18D
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Cowtail Stingray (Pastinachus sephen), emerging from a sandy bottom. Also known as Fantail Ray, Feathertail Stingray, Banana-tail Ray. Found throughout the Indo-Pacific. Photo taken at Heron Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australia.
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
Cowtail Stingray and Brown Whipray Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24M2755-19D
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Cowtail Stingray (Pastinachus sephen) and Brown Whipray (Himantura sp.), foraging in the shallows close to shore. Found throughout the Indo-Pacific. Photo taken at Heron Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australia.
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
Cowtail Stingray with storm approaching Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24M2755-20D
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Cowtail Stingray (Pastinachus sephen), resting in the shallows as a storm approaches. Also known as Fantail Ray, Feathertail Stingray, Banana-tail Ray. Found throughout the Indo-Pacific. Photo taken at Heron Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australia.
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
Cowtail Stingray resting in shallows Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24M2755-21D
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Cowtail Stingray (Pastinachus sephen), resting in the shallows close to shore. Also known as Fantail Ray, Feathertail Stingray, Banana-tail Ray. Found throughout the Indo-Pacific. Photo taken at Heron Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australia.
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
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