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- Thank you @nakaweproject for thinking of me. Marbled ray, Taeniura meyeni has nocturnal habits and rests motionless for much of the day, often near vertical structures, in caves, or under ledges.[10] It may be solitary, or form small to large groups. This ray is frequently shadowed by one or more jacks or cobia (Rachycentron canadum); these smaller fishes may feed on food stirred up by the ray's activities, or use the ray's body as cover for approaching their own prey.[11] The round ribbontail ray hunts for bivalves, crabs, shrimps, and small bony fishes on the bottom.[10] When feeding, it adopts a characteristic posture in which it presses the margin of its disc against the bottom and takes in water through its spiracles, which it blows through its mouth to uncover prey buried in the sediment.[12] This species may fall prey to larger fishes such as sharks, and marine mammals.[3] When threatened, it raises its tail over its back so that the spine faces forward, and waves it back and forth. #marbledray #cocosisland #pacific #biodiversity #rays #sharks #oceans #letlive Photo by @klapferavi @underseahunter at #CocosIsland #CostaRica
- Thank you @nakaweproject for thinking of me. Marbled ray, Taeniura meyeni has nocturnal habits and rests motionless for much of the day, often near vertical structures, in caves, or under ledges.[10] It may be solitary, or form small to large groups. This ray is frequently shadowed by one or more jacks or cobia (Rachycentron canadum); these smaller fishes may feed on food stirred up by the ray& #39;s activities, or use the ray& #39;s body as cover for approaching their own prey.[11] The round ribbontail ray hunts for bivalves, crabs, shrimps, and small bony fishes on the bottom.[10] When feeding, it adopts a characteristic posture in which it presses the margin of its disc against the bottom and takes in water through its spiracles, which it blows through its mouth to uncover prey buried in the sediment.[12] This species may fall prey to larger fishes such as sharks, and marine mammals.[3] When threatened, it raises its tail over its back so that the spine faces forward, and waves it back and forth. #marbledray #cocosisland #pacific #biodiversity #rays #sharks #oceans #letlive Photo by @klapferavi @underseahunter at #CocosIsland #CostaRica
- Thank you @nakaweproject for thinking of me. Marbled ray, Taeniura meyeni has nocturnal habits and rests motionless for much of the day, often near vertical structures, in caves, or under ledges.[10] It may be solitary, or form small to large groups. This ray is frequently shadowed by one or more jacks or cobia (Rachycentron canadum); these smaller fishes may feed on food stirred up by the ray's activities, or use the ray's body as cover for approaching their own prey.[11] The round ribbontail ray hunts for bivalves, crabs, shrimps, and small bony fishes on the bottom.[10] When feeding, it adopts a characteristic posture in which it presses the margin of its disc against the bottom and takes in water through its spiracles, which it blows through its mouth to uncover prey buried in the sediment.[12] This species may fall prey to larger fishes such as sharks, and marine mammals.[3] When threatened, it raises its tail over its back so that the spine faces forward, and waves it back and forth. #marbledray #cocosisland #pacific #biodiversity #rays #sharks #oceans #letlive Photo by @klapferavi @underseahunter at #CocosIsland #CostaRica
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- We love seeing our satisfied customers. Here are some Tein Flex Z coilovers for a customer& #39;s BRZ. Contact us today for the deepest discounts on in-stock parts! ============================= Aftermarket Parts Shop • Authorized dealer for Rays, Work wheels, Enkei, SSR, BC, Stance, Bride, Vertex, and more 📱(510) 258-1312 📩 sale @systemmotorsports.com @systemmotorsports 🖥 www.systemmotorsports.com ============================= #frs #brz #stancenation #meister #outofsystem #te37SL #bride #workwheelsjapan #ze40 #te37v #workwheels #wekfest #bridejapan #volk #vertex #rays #raysengineering #h2oi #cambergang #blox #3pc #gramlights #weds #wedssport #drift #voltex #te37 #swift #SSR #systemmotorsports
- We love seeing our satisfied customers. Here are some Tein Flex Z coilovers for a customer's BRZ. Contact us today for the deepest discounts on in-stock parts! ============================= Aftermarket Parts Shop • Authorized dealer for Rays, Work wheels, Enkei, SSR, BC, Stance, Bride, Vertex, and more 📱(510) 258-1312 📩 sales@systemmotorsports.com 📥@systemmotorsports 🖥 www.systemmotorsports.com ============================= #frs #brz #stancenation #meister #outofsystem #te37SL #bride #workwheelsjapan #ze40 #te37v #workwheels #wekfest #bridejapan #volk #vertex #rays #raysengineering #h2oi #cambergang #blox #3pc #gramlights #weds #wedssport #drift #voltex #te37 #swift #SSR #systemmotorsports
- Marbled ray, Taeniura meyeni has nocturnal habits and rests motionless for much of the day, often near vertical structures, in caves, or under ledges.[10] It may be solitary, or form small to large groups. This ray is frequently shadowed by one or more jacks or cobia (Rachycentron canadum); these smaller fishes may feed on food stirred up by the ray's activities, or use the ray's body as cover for approaching their own prey.[11] The round ribbontail ray hunts for bivalves, crabs, shrimps, and small bony fishes on the bottom.[10] When feeding, it adopts a characteristic posture in which it presses the margin of its disc against the bottom and takes in water through its spiracles, which it blows through its mouth to uncover prey buried in the sediment.[12] This species may fall prey to larger fishes such as sharks, and marine mammals.[3] When threatened, it raises its tail over its back so that the spine faces forward, and waves it back and forth. #marbledray #cocosisland #pacific #biodiversity #rays #sharks #oceans #letlive Photo by @klapferavi @underseahunter at #CocosIsland #CostaRica
- Marbled ray, Taeniura meyeni has nocturnal habits and rests motionless for much of the day, often near vertical structures, in caves, or under ledges.[10] It may be solitary, or form small to large groups. This ray is frequently shadowed by one or more jacks or cobia (Rachycentron canadum); these smaller fishes may feed on food stirred up by the ray& #39;s activities, or use the ray& #39;s body as cover for approaching their own prey.[11] The round ribbontail ray hunts for bivalves, crabs, shrimps, and small bony fishes on the bottom.[10] When feeding, it adopts a characteristic posture in which it presses the margin of its disc against the bottom and takes in water through its spiracles, which it blows through its mouth to uncover prey buried in the sediment.[12] This species may fall prey to larger fishes such as sharks, and marine mammals.[3] When threatened, it raises its tail over its back so that the spine faces forward, and waves it back and forth. #marbledray #cocosisland #pacific #biodiversity #rays #sharks #oceans #letlive Photo by @klapferavi @underseahunter at #CocosIsland #CostaRica
- Marbled ray, Taeniura meyeni has nocturnal habits and rests motionless for much of the day, often near vertical structures, in caves, or under ledges.[10] It may be solitary, or form small to large groups. This ray is frequently shadowed by one or more jacks or cobia (Rachycentron canadum); these smaller fishes may feed on food stirred up by the ray's activities, or use the ray's body as cover for approaching their own prey.[11] The round ribbontail ray hunts for bivalves, crabs, shrimps, and small bony fishes on the bottom.[10] When feeding, it adopts a characteristic posture in which it presses the margin of its disc against the bottom and takes in water through its spiracles, which it blows through its mouth to uncover prey buried in the sediment.[12] This species may fall prey to larger fishes such as sharks, and marine mammals.[3] When threatened, it raises its tail over its back so that the spine faces forward, and waves it back and forth. #marbledray #cocosisland #pacific #biodiversity #rays #sharks #oceans #letlive Photo by @klapferavi @underseahunter at #CocosIsland #CostaRica

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