Art illustration - Oceans & Seas - Spotted Eagle Ray: (Aetobatus narinari) is a cartilaginous fish that lives in shallow coastal waters of the coral reefs and bays, in depths up to 80 meters. Its tail is usually two to three times longer than its body like a whip and has at its base several venomous spines. can be identified by its numerous white spots or rings on its dorsal surface, Larger specimens can grow to a maximum size of 3 meters and weigh about 230 kg.
Spotted eagle ray, Aetobatus narinari. One of the largest eagle rays, it sometimes exceeds 10 feet (3 metres) in width, and can weigh 400 to 500 lbs (181 to 227 kg). Found in the tropical zones of the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian oceans