eagle ray

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powerful free-swimming tropical ray noted for 'soaring' by flapping winglike fins

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visited Bassos-Hull to hone their eagle ray research skills.
Recently, Molina and Lopez (2015) estimated that the size at sexual maturity for the southern eagle ray in Northern Patagonia was 48.
The smooth-hound bignose shark guitarfish stingray eagle ray and cownose ray are some of the cartilaginous fish that live in the northeastern Mediterranean and are occasionally found in the nets of fishermen.
Spatial and seasonal variation in a target fishery for spotted eagle ray Aetobatus narinari in the southern Gulf of Mexico.
Assume that 50 species in the eagle ray family were studied.
In Georgia, cownose ray, crevalle jack, cobia, and the spotted eagle ray were most abundant in the bycatch; in north Florida, cownose ray and spotted eagle ray were dominant (Fig.
In May, Mote researchers caught this spotted eagle ray in order to measure, tag and photograph it as part of a study of spotted eagle ray populations.
We studied a small artisanal fishery for the spotted eagle ray (Aetobatus narinari) off Margarita Island in northeastern Venezuela.
On the way up, an eagle ray the size of an Axminster rug gloated gloriously over my trail of bubbles.
Firefighters were called to lift the 30lb spotted eagle ray from the boat in Lighthouse Point, Florida.
Salt Water: The following species are off-limits to bow-hunting, gigging or spearfishing: Billfish (all species), spotted eagle ray, sturgeon, manta ray, sharks, bonefish, tarpon, goliath grouper, snook, blue Crab, Nassau grouper, spotted seatrout, red drum, weakfish, stone crab, pompano, African pompano, permit, tripletail, lobster and ornamental reef fish.
There's an eagle ray a hundred yards out, right down the centerline of the boat," Tom said.
THE temperature varied between 26 and 37 degrees during the 34th World Shore Angling Championships held at Langebaan on the Western Cape in South Africa where sand sharks, sting rays, eagle rays, blue rays, gurnard and catfish were among the target fish for the 20 nations taking part.
The excellent visibility and nearby drop-off invites divers to spend unique moments there, where you can see old table corals, grey reef sharks, white-tip reef sharks, stingrays, hammerhead sharks, eagle rays, as well as many other big fish.
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