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Manta is Spanish and means blanket. With their “big blanket”, giant manta rays reach a wingspan of up to seven metres and a weight of up to two tons.
Oceanic Manta Ray
Giant Manta Ray
Giant Manta Ray, Mobula birostris
Mobulidae (manta rays and devilfishes)
The giant manta ray is found worldwide in tropical and temperate waters from the surface to 1,000 m depth.
Worldwide in all tropical oceans.
According to the IUCN Red List: "Endangered".
Globally, the presumed population decline is 50-79% over three generations (87 years), with further population decline presumed over the next three generations (2018-2105).