Mobula Rays: Brilliant or Insane?

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Today, we debut our Brilliant or Insane posts. We’re curious if you believe the picture, video and/or post is Brilliant or Insane. Just say which in the comment box and explain why. By the way, if you add your blog to the website field, we’ll show posts from your site on our popular blog. Add your gravatar, we’ll even show your face. It’s like creating a community. So, please join the conversation.

Mobula Rays

This strange gathering of Mobula rays in the Pacific is a remarkable site. With wing spans of up to five meters, the rays leap from the water and appear to take flight. They gather, mysteriously, in gigantic schools; then, just as mysteriously, they vanish.

Okay, Keep an eye out for our “Brilliant” and “Insane” posts. You decide. Are Mobula rays brilliant, or are they insane? Cast your vote below in the comentluv section below.

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