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Spotted Eagle Ray

Common Name Spotted Eagle Ray

Scientific Name Aetobatus narinari

Species Fish

Family/Group Rays



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Spotted Eagle Rays are beautiful, large rays that can reach a wing span of over two meters, and a length of five meters. These magnificent animals eat mostly mollusks, which they crack with their sharp teeth. Spotted Eagle Rays are easy identifyable by their size and the white spots on their back. The bottom part of the animal is white.


Spotted Eagle Rays live close to the coast as well as in the open ocean. You can find them at the Caribbean coast in Nicaragua.

Nicaragua Animal Guide