[ UK /mˈɑːntɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈmæntə/ ]
  1. extremely large pelagic tropical ray that feeds on plankton and small fishes; usually harmless but its size make it dangerous if harpooned
  2. a blanket that is used as a cloak or shawl
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  • The Ticonderoga-class cruiser USSPrinceton(CG-59)detonated two Iraqibottom-moored influence mines(MANTAs) at the north end of the Persian Gulf and was seriously damaged.
  • The large lagoon and break in the reef attract many species, including dugongs, whale sharks, dolphins and manta rays.
  • There were plenty of turtles, huge infestations of purple spotted stingrays and some large manta rays.
  • It was only after these fish vanished from the ecosystem that mammals and cartilaginous fish such as manta rays, basking sharks, whale sharks began to adapt to that ecological role. PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories
  • The stockpile has 40 million treatment courses of Tamiflu, 10 million courses of Relenza and nearly three million courses of an adamantane. In the War Against Flu's Mutants, a Big Ally Is Weakened
  • A strangler fig (Ficus citrifolia) photographed in Kalimantan, Borneo. Biological diversity in Sundaland
  • Manta rays cruise past, turtles lumber along, sharks scope the scene, the odd octopus creeps along the ocean floor, and further out, the whale sharks make their way north.
  • Whale sharks and mantas might be seen at any time of the year, but especially between November and January.
  • No wonder these mantas are often called devil-fish.
  • Whale sharks, manta rays and even grey whales are almost common.
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