Sandy Ray

What is it: 

The sandy ray can reach 120cm in length and occurs at depths from 70-275m. It is an offshore species typically found on sandy or muddy sea beds to the north-west of Scotland but can occur elsewhere around the coast.


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Sandy ray (Raja circularis) © F Neat (Marine Scotland)

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