Spotted Eagle Ray

Spotted Eagle Ray
Scientific Name: Aetobatus narinari
Common Name: Spotted Eagle Ray
Description: The spotted eagle ray has a long snout that is flat and rounded like a duck's bill. It has a thick head and a pectoral disc with sharply curved angular corners and no caudal fin. The jaws usually have a single row of flat, chevron-shaped teeth. Each tooth is a crescent-shaped plate joined into a band. They usually have numerous white spots on a black or bluish disc and are white underneath. It has a long whiplike tail with a long spine near the base behind a small dorsal fin.

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