While swimming, Manta rays will extend two flap-like cephalic lobes that extend from the eyes to funnel microscopic plankton, small fish, and tiny crustaceans in their mouth.
Manta rays are filter feeders that prey on microscopic organisms such as copepods, mysids (small shrimp-like creatures), and the larvae of fish, lobster, and octopus. An adult manta ray may feed on 60 pounds of microscopic plankton, fish larvae, copepods, and zooplankton in a single day.
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