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Main » 2014 » August » 6 » Video: a heck of a sea - a rare stripe - seen at Monaco
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Video: a heck of a sea - a rare stripe - seen at Monaco

Video: a heck of a sea - a rare stripe - seen at Monaco

It's called Devil Mediterranean Sea, aka Mobula mobular , and looks like a manta ray. Classified as "Endangered" in the IUCN Red List, nearly endemic in the Mediterranean, it is followed by volunteer observers with the Wings organization. Last observation at the foot of the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco!

On 03/08/2014 at 1:38 p.m. - By Jean-Luc Goudet, Futura-Sciences

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Devil Mediterranean Sea Mobula mobular for scientists, is a line of large but unobtrusive. His species is threatened and a campaign of observation is conducted, supported by volunteers and lovers of the sea, under the control of the Fins association, based in Montpellier. http://enjoycoloring.com/ The species is distinguished by its dark brown back to dark blue and a darker mark behind the head. The belly is very light shade. © Wings
 
With five meter wingspan, the devil Mediterranean Sea should be noted. But no. The observations are rare and the IUCN classifies this great line in the category "Endangered". As its name suggests, it practically lives in the Mediterranean but it is also known in the Atlantic, along the coast of Africa and perhaps north of Gibraltar. But in these waters, it can be confused with other species .

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