Stingray Migration

The stingray migration you see above has not been digitally-altered, but shows just how surreal the scene can be if you’re at the right place and time with a camera. The bluntnose stingray is native to the coastal waters of the western Atlantic Ocean from the U.S. state of Massachusetts to Venezuela, has a whip-like tail with both an upper keel and a lower fin fold, and a line of small tubercles along the middle of its back. Continue reading for more.

Animal Migrations

[Source]