A grouping of manta rays is called a school.
Manta Rays are sea animals, they are relatives of the shark. they look like sting rays, but manta rays are a lot bigger.
No, manta rays do not have scales.
I've heard the term for a group of manta rays to be "A fever of manta rays"
As much as 5,000 pounds.
MANTA RAYS ARE CARNIVORS.
Manta rays belongs to the class of animals called manta or Elasmobranchii. Other classes of manta rays has the ability to produce electricity which they use on fighting predators.
The collective noun for sting rays or manta rays are:a fever of stingraysa fever of manta raysThere is no standard collective noun for rays of light.
Manta rays live for up to 40 to 50 years in the wild, and could live considerably longer. Since they do not stop growing for most of their lives, they can be as wide as 20 feet and weigh as much as 5,000 pounds.
sting rays sting and manta rays dont sting rays live hiding on the bottom and eat small creatures manta rays are free swimming and filter feed.
Manta rays are filter feeders and eat plankton.
yes, manta rays do eat plankton.
The Manta Rays of Time was created in 2000.
Manta Rays usually have between one and two pups per litter.
Manta Rays are classified as Elasmobranchii, which is used to class other rays and sharks. The manta ray is a part of the eagle ray family of Myliobatidae.
manta rays cannot bite they have no teeth and they are filter feeders :)
Yes, there is a species of smaller manta rays although i cant remember what they are called of the top of my head. Pygme or dwarf manta rays come into mind. I had a dive last year with some pygme manta rays last year in australia.
manta rays abiotic are rocks, dirt , the water
no middle schoolers are cool and so are the manta rays
Manta rays can grow much bigger than stingrays. Mantas can grow up to 23 feet while stingrays can grow up to 6.5 feet.
Yes, Manta Rays are vertebrates. Their spine is made of gristle, like a shark.
Manta rays are large, cartilaginous, salt water fish in the Elasmobranchii subclass which includes sharks and skates The manta ray is the largest of the rays. They can typically be found in and around coral reefs feeding on plankton and fish larvae. To learn more about manta rays, see the Related Links.
The only organism known to prey upon manta rays are large warm-water sharks, such as tiger sharks. See the Related Links for more info about Manta Rays.
Yes, manta rays are fishes.