Apparently cow-nose rays (a type of stingray) migrate in huge schools of up to 10,000 rays. I always thought rays looked quite cool, especially the types with the swept back “wings” – the ones with the round “wings” are nice too, but they don’t look as ascetically pleasing to me. They migrate northwards up the Gulf of Mexico in the spring and then back south from Florida in the fall. The accompanying photo was taken by Sandra Critelli when she was looking for whale sharks to photograph. She has a lot of other extremely nice photos of sealife on her photography web site.