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Amazing Underwater Encounter with Mobula Rays
By Joseph Tepper, April 23, 2015 @ 12:34 PM (EST)
Source: Grind TV

It’s sort of like Cayman’s “Stingray City”—but on steroids.

Photographer Joost van Uffelen was out photographing dolphins in the Sea of Cortez, when he noticed mobula rays flying out of the water. When he jumped in with his camera, Joost discovered a school of nearly 500 mobula rays.

“Entering the greenish water made me realize that the [visibility] was not that great until the school came in sight,” van Uffelen wrote in his blog. “What an awesome spectacle to see! There must have been 400 of them schooling together close to the surface.”

Check out the full story in the original article on Grind TV.




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