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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. Photo: Gary Bell
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.
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
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. Photo: Gary Bell
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.
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
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. Photo: Gary Bell
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.
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
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. Photo: Gary Bell
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.
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
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. Photo: Gary Bell
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.
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
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. Photo: Gary Bell
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.
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
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. Photo: Gary Bell
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.
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
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. Photo: Gary Bell
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.
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
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. Photo: Bill Boyle
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.
© Bill Boyle / OceanwideImages.com
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. Photo: Rudie Kuiter
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.
© Rudie Kuiter / OceanwideImages.com
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. Photo: Andy Murch
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.
© Andy Murch / OceanwideImages.com
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. Photo: Andy Murch
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.
© Andy Murch / OceanwideImages.com
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. Photo: Andy Murch
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.
© Andy Murch / OceanwideImages.com
   
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