A massive school of cow nose rays pass underneath the bow of a boat while heading northward in late spring. The pelagic species can be found nearshore and inshore during northward migrations in the late spring and southward movements in the late fall. In this photo, the rays were intercepted off St. Lucie Inlet. Photo by Sam Hudson, FS Associate Editor, with a late-model Canon 20D.

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