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- @Regrann from @maestro320 - "Manta Mating Train" - Surreal footage captured in Ningaloo Reef, Coral Bay in Western Australia courtesy of Underwater Photographer and Videographer David Palfrey @david_palfrey - #Manta magic. An epic snorkel with these 4 mantas, consisting of 3 males pursuing a female in a 'mating train'. These mating trains occur when the lead female manta puts the males through their paces, tossing and turning to see who can keep up, sometimes for up to 48 hours, until only one male remains. The results are a deja vu type spectacle that is truly mesmerising to witness. Shot using the #sony #sonyrx100 IV and #fantasea_line housing with Fantasea UWL-09F wide wet lens. #sonyrxmoments #sonyrxau - Special thanks to my long-time friend, Joyce @animal.radical for sharing this video with all of us. - The name "manta" is Portuguese and Spanish for mantle (cloak or blanket), a type of blanket-shaped trap traditionally used to catch rays. Mantas are known as "devilfish" because of their horn-shaped cephalic fins, which are imagined to give them an "evil" appearance. Manta rays are members of Chondrichthyes, fish with tough cartilage rather than bone in their skeletons. Mantas are among the Elasmobranchii (sharks and rays), in the superorder Batoidea (rays and skates) and the order Myliobatiformes (stingrays and relatives). The genus Manta is part of the eagle ray family Myliobatidae, where it is grouped in the subfamily Mobulinae along with the devil rays. Mantas evolved from bottom-dwelling stingrays, eventually developing more wing-like pectoral fins. M. birostris still has a vestigial remnant of a sting barb in the form of a caudal spine. The mouths of most rays lie on the underside of the head, while in mantas they are right at the front. Manta rays and devil rays are the only ray species that have evolved into filter feeders. The scientific naming of mantas has had a convoluted history, during which several names were used for both the genus (Ceratoptera, Brachioptilon Daemomanta and Diabolicthys) and species (such as vampyrus, americana, johnii and hamiltoni). All were eventually treated as synonyms of the single species Manta birostris. - #
- @Regrann from @maestro320 - "Manta Mating Train" - Surreal footage captured in Ningaloo Reef, Coral Bay in Western Australia courtesy of Underwater Photographer and Videographer David Palfrey @david_palfrey - #Manta magic. An epic snorkel with these 4 mantas, consisting of 3 males pursuing a female in a & #39;mating train& #39; . These mating trains occur when the lead female manta puts the males through their paces, tossing and turning to see who can keep up, sometimes for up to 48 hours, until only one male remains. The results are a deja vu type spectacle that is truly mesmerising to witness. Shot using the #sony #sonyrx100 IV and #fantasea_line housing with Fantasea UWL-09F wide wet lens. #sonyrxmoments #sonyrxau - Special thanks to my long-time friend, Joyce @animal.radical for sharing this video with all of us. - The name "manta" is Portuguese and Spanish for mantle (cloak or blanket), a type of blanket-shaped trap traditionally used to catch rays. Mantas are known as "devilfish" because of their horn-shaped cephalic fins, which are imagined to give them an "evil" appearance. Manta rays are members of Chondrichthyes, fish with tough cartilage rather than bone in their skeletons. Mantas are among the Elasmobranchii (sharks and rays), in the superorder Batoidea (rays and skates) and the order Myliobatiformes (stingrays and relatives). The genus Manta is part of the eagle ray family Myliobatidae, where it is grouped in the subfamily Mobulinae along with the devil rays. Mantas evolved from bottom-dwelling stingrays, eventually developing more wing-like pectoral fins. M. birostris still has a vestigial remnant of a sting barb in the form of a caudal spine. The mouths of most rays lie on the underside of the head, while in mantas they are right at the front. Manta rays and devil rays are the only ray species that have evolved into filter feeders. The scientific naming of mantas has had a convoluted history, during which several names were used for both the genus (Ceratoptera, Brachioptilon Daemomanta and Diabolicthys) and species (such as vampyrus, americana, johnii and hamiltoni). All were eventually treated as synonyms of the single species Manta birostris. - #
- @Regrann from @maestro320 - "Manta Mating Train" - Surreal footage captured in Ningaloo Reef, Coral Bay in Western Australia courtesy of Underwater Photographer and Videographer David Palfrey @david_palfrey - #Manta magic. An epic snorkel with these 4 mantas, consisting of 3 males pursuing a female in a 'mating train'. These mating trains occur when the lead female manta puts the males through their paces, tossing and turning to see who can keep up, sometimes for up to 48 hours, until only one male remains. The results are a deja vu type spectacle that is truly mesmerising to witness. Shot using the #sony #sonyrx100 IV and #fantasea_line housing with Fantasea UWL-09F wide wet lens. #sonyrxmoments #sonyrxau - Special thanks to my long-time friend, Joyce @animal.radical for sharing this video with all of us. - The name "manta" is Portuguese and Spanish for mantle (cloak or blanket), a type of blanket-shaped trap traditionally used to catch rays. Mantas are known as "devilfish" because of their horn-shaped cephalic fins, which are imagined to give them an "evil" appearance. Manta rays are members of Chondrichthyes, fish with tough cartilage rather than bone in their skeletons. Mantas are among the Elasmobranchii (sharks and rays), in the superorder Batoidea (rays and skates) and the order Myliobatiformes (stingrays and relatives). The genus Manta is part of the eagle ray family Myliobatidae, where it is grouped in the subfamily Mobulinae along with the devil rays. Mantas evolved from bottom-dwelling stingrays, eventually developing more wing-like pectoral fins. M. birostris still has a vestigial remnant of a sting barb in the form of a caudal spine. The mouths of most rays lie on the underside of the head, while in mantas they are right at the front. Manta rays and devil rays are the only ray species that have evolved into filter feeders. The scientific naming of mantas has had a convoluted history, during which several names were used for both the genus (Ceratoptera, Brachioptilon Daemomanta and Diabolicthys) and species (such as vampyrus, americana, johnii and hamiltoni). All were eventually treated as synonyms of the single species Manta birostris. - #

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