Pink manta ray stuns diver, scientists perplexed

No, it’s not a photoshop job – these pictures of a pink manta ray off Australia’s coast are 100% legit.

Freediver and underwater photographer Kristian Laine has captured images of the manta with a pink underbelly – instead of the usual white colouring – floating off Lady Elliot Island on the Great Barrier Reef.

The latest images from Laine have now been published in Australian Geographic.

The three metre manta – named locally ‘Inspector Clouseau’ after the detective from the Pink Panther – was first spotted in the waters in 2015 and photographed by dive instructor Ryan Jeffrey.

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