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Facts about Bat Ray
The bat ray has smooth skin which is dark brown or black in color, changing to white on the underside with no other distinct markings. The bat ray is limited to the eastern Pacific Ocean from Oregon south to the Gulf of California and also near the Galapagos Islands. Found in muddy and sandy bottom bays, rocky bottoms, and kelp forests. Primarily a resident of shallow waters, the bat ray can be found at depths ranging from 1-46 m either singly or in large schools with members of their own species or species of eagle rays.
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