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The spotted eagle ray (Aetobatus narinari), one of three rays commonly seen in the Florida Keys, is a majestic animal that can be seen throughout the Caribbean basin. They are most often seen swimming alone or in small groups, but occasionally one may see a schooling group. (photo: Mike White - Florida Keys NMS)

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