The Spotted Eagle Ray can be found in shallow coastal waters and bays, in depths down to 260 ft. They can be found globally in tropical regions, including the Gulf of Mexico, Hawaii, Atlantic Africa, Indian Ocean, and the Pacific West Coast. The spotted eagle ray can be identified by its numerous white ringed spots on its blue dorsal surface, white ventral surface, long, whip-like tail, and distinctive head that somewhat resembles a bill. It’s food includes, shrimps, crabs, whelks, and other small creatures . The largest eagle rays get up to 10 ft wide and weigh up to 500lbs.