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A very rare species observed in the Great Barrier Reef
In the past twenty years, it has only been observed 17 times. Two specimens of ornate-eagle ray have been spotted in recent days by Australian biologist Jacinta Shackleton near Lady Elliot Island, in the Great Barrier Reef (Australia). Threatened with extinction, the ornate-eagle ray can measure up to 4 meters. Given its rarity, it is nicknamed the sea unicorn. Photo credit: Jacinta Shackleton
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