Manta Ray

When Female Manta Rays are Ready to Mate, They Release Pheromones that Attract Males. This Leads to a “Manta Train,” Where Multiple Male Manta Rays Follow Behind a Female in Hopes of Mating with Them.

Manta rays are large rays that belong to the genus Mobula. The largest species in the genus Mobula birostris can grow as large as 7 meters in width. While there is a common misconception that manta rays and sting rays can hurt you, the fact is that manta rays don’t have barbs at the end …

When Female Manta Rays are Ready to Mate, They Release Pheromones that Attract Males. This Leads to a “Manta Train,” Where Multiple Male Manta Rays Follow Behind a Female in Hopes of Mating with Them. Read More »