The world's rare pink manta ray is found once again


The photographer Christian Lane, who was diving in the ocean near the Great Barrier Reef of Australia, which is considered to be the largest natural coral reef in the world, not far from Lady Elliot Island, got to see a wonderful scene.

She will be able to photograph the world's only pink, very rare fish.

"I had never heard of a pink manta ray in my life. When I saw him, I thought maybe my camera was faulty. last night I saw a picture of a pink manta ray  on a billboard in the restaurant I was at. I thought it was a joke. When I saw it, I ran and took the photos with my camera and checked them again," Lane said.

This pink manta was first discovered about 5 years ago.

at that moment Diver Ryan Jaffee photographed the fish.

It is reported that pink manta ray has been seen only on 10 occasions so far.

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