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Manta Rays - Good Luck Minis®

$119.99USD
SKU 349422

  • 192 Pieces Per Bag. Only Available in Bulk Purchase.
  • Manta Rays range worldwide in warm waters, usually in near-shore environments or around islands and atolls. They can be massive, measuring 20 feet from wingtip to wingtip. The fins at the front of a Ray’s head have been compared to devil horns, which led to the devil ray nickname.
  • Scientific Name: Manta birostris
  • Characteristics: With its wingtips curled, this Manta Ray looks ready to swim. Give it a home in your underwater-themed decorations or art project. These mini figures also work great for sports teams as charms or prizes.
  • Size and Color: Black on top and white on the bottom, just like the real thing. These Manta Ray figures are about the diameter of a quarter.
  • *Please note, this item is a Hot Deal. It cannot be returned or exchanged. The discount you see cannot be combined with any promo code or other offers.

  • Manta Rays are part of the Good Luck Minis® collection
  • All of our products are Non-toxic and BPA free
  • History

    The massive size of the Manta Ray is a relatively recent evolutionary development. Earlier rays in the fossil record were smaller bottom dwellers with mouths on their undersides for feeding off the ocean floor. Manta Rays represent a newer adaptation. Their mouths are on the front of their bodies, allowing them to filter plankton as they swim. This in turn fueled their growth, leading to the large rays we find in the ocean today. They are considered vulnerable because their populations are small and fragmented. Fishing, legal and illegal, has contributed to smaller populations.

    • Recommended Age: 5+
    • Size in cm: 2.03 L x 20.25 W x 25.5 H
    • Size in inches: 0.8 L x 7.97 W x 10.04 H
    • UPC: 095866349400
    Manta rays evolved from sharks. They have no teeth so they funnel their food (plankton, small fish etc) into their mouths while they swim. Instead of bones, their skeleton is made of cartilage.