Manta Ray Facts
Manta Rays are cartilaginous marine fish which live in the tropical oceans around the world.
Manta rays have a flatted body with two wing-like fins on each side of their body.
Mantas are filter feeder which means that they feed on plankton, filtering it out of the water passing through their gills as they swim.
The predators of the Manta rays are mainly large species of sharks and killer whales.
Manta rays live in open waters where they can move freely. They are known to be very curious about divers approaching sometimes to them.