13 Juin 2013
The spotted eagle ray (Aetobatus narinari) is a curious species immediately recognizable by its physical appearance. The spotted eagle ray is very distinctive from the others, by its flattened body and triangular corners to the wing-like pectoral fins. Its upper surface is blackish-blue with many white spots, and its underside is completely white. It measures around 6fts wingspan and 220Lbs. The record size known is about 10fts.