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Watch: Massive Stingray Caught on Video for First Time

Stingray

One of the most massive and rare stingrays, the smalleye stingray, has been filmed for the first time off the coast of Mozambique.

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  1. Wow, amazingly there isn't a huge debate on this one about, too gay, too straight, too velvety, too satin, or whatever. Nature is wonderfully diverse is it not?

    Posted by: Bob | Nov 16, 2009 4:47:48 PM


  2. Simply incredible! I've been to Tofo in Mozambique, and the diving is simply world class. When I was there I swam with a whale shark, and saw a manta ray (the species that BBC is there studying) at 100 ft underwater. Just awesome.

    Here's a blog post from when I saw them in April: http://www.shaunaukland.com/2009/04/world-class-diving-in-tofo.html

    We had cameras with us underwater, so there's video as well.

    Posted by: shaun | Nov 17, 2009 1:53:22 AM


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