Information about the Spotted Eagle Ray:
The Spotted Eagle Ray - also called the Bonnet Ray - is a cartilaginous fish native to shallow coastal waters in and around coral reefs and bays. They are members of the Myliobatidae family, found globally in tropical regions, including the Gulf of Mexico, Hawaii, Atlantic Africa, the Indian Ocean, Oceania, and the Pacific west coast of the Americas. Aetobatus narinari has a very distinctive head, which ends in a flattened, slightly upturned snout resembling the bill of a duck. It has a long, thin whiplike tail with a venomous spine near the base. These fish often travel alone or in small groups, but can also be encountered in huge shoals of at least a hundred individuals in open waters.
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