One Of The World’s Largest Manta Ray Caught On The Video. This gorgeous monster you are about to see is Albino Manta Ray, one of the rarest albino animals in the world. I had no idea they could be that large!
Manta ray are very big in size but when it comes to Albino Manta Ray, all knows definition about sea creatures will fall short. As you can see in the image below, close encounter of this scuba diver with Albino Manta Ray can hep you understand how big this ocean creature is.
On an average the Albino manta ray grow almost 23 ft long, that’s a whopping 7 meter in length. 23 feet is equal to the size of a good size yacht, this will give you idea of their sheer enormous size.
Are these ocean giants harmful to us. Manta Rays are not dangerous. They are even harmless and can‘t hurt any diver or swimmer. They are usually very curious and swim around the divers. Many times you will find them coming out of water just to get rid of parasites and other sea insects stick to their body. The Manta ray however eats small fish. It is quite a fun to feed the manta ray. If you have visited Sea World in San Diego or Orlando, you may have already experienced feeding fish to the manta ray. Manta ray are not shy of people and without hesitation can quickly approach your hand to gran their food.
Only thing you have to be careful of is to wash your hands after touching these sea creatures. Your hands will become extremely sticky that you will have wash your hands with soap 2-3 times to get rid of extra oily feeling off of your palms.
The Twitter user was surprised to see the giant Albino Manta Ray swimming within his eyesight. Fortunately he was able to catch this ocean monster in his camera. See this giant Albino Manta Ray swimming in the ocean water below.
Video of One Of The World’s Largest Manta Ray Caught On The Camera
World's largest Manta Ray discovered pic.twitter.com/Kg9gQhbpR8
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