WATCH: An oldie but a goodie - Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's a RAY!

2014-06-02 15:35

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WATCH: Record breaking school of rays arrives off the coast of Baja

2014-06-02 14:17

Watch this magnificent footage taken by National Geographic of a record breaking number of rays arriving off the coast of Baja.WATCH

Cape Town – During the past week or so, we’ve noticed YouTube video dating back to 2012 resurfacing across the web... and it's pretty damn amazing! Take a look!  

The National Geographic video shows a massive school of mobula rays feeding just off the coast of Baja, California.  

And suddenly, they start taking flight.

Check out the video.  

It’s pretty amazing footage and if seen from a distance could surely be mistaken for a large flock of birds. According to National Geographic it is, without a doubt, the largest school of its sort ever caught on camera.  

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