Scuba Diving Virgin Islands: Brian Keene shared these beautiful shots of an eagle ray on a recent dive near Christmas Cove. Great shots, Brian. Wish I could take photos like that!
Some info about spotted eagle rays from http://www.arkive.org/spotted-eagle-ray/aetobatus-narinari/: The spotted eagle ray is very distinctive with a flattened body and triangular corners to the wing-like pectoral fins (2). The snout is rounded and pointed at the tip, so that it resembles a bird’s beak. The tail is long and whip-like and bears 2 – 6 spines (3). These eagle rays possess highly attractive colouring; the uppersurface is blackish-blue with many white spots, whilst the underside is white (2).