A Extremely Rare Pink Manta Ray Was Photographed Underwater by an Australian Freediver.

The most distinctive manga ray has ever been photographed underwater by Australian freediver and photographer Kristian Laine. The creature’s back is not typically gray, black, or brown.

Pink describes the unusual manta. Everyone is surprised by its color as this unusual creature resembles a figure from a fairy tale.

Nobody is certain of the exact cause of this manta ray’s unusual coloring. The species, however, have an uncommon pigmentation condition, according to biologists. Manta rays typically grow to a maximum length of 4–5 meters, and this pink manta certainly looks stunning at that length.

According to Kristian, the pink manta’s other relatives didn’t keep their distance from it or do anything different. They calmly navigated the deep areas of the ocean with their special relative.

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