Also known as Leopard Ray, Panther Electric Ray, Red Sea Torpedo Ray, Scalloped Torpedo Ray, Torpedo Ray.
Found singly, often partially buried in the substrate, over mud and sandy bottoms, close to reefs, in both shallow and much deeper waters.
They feed on small fish and invertebrates.
Length - 100cm
Depth - 0-350m
Widespread Western Indian Ocean
Torpedo Rays have electric organs behind their eyes used for stunning prey and can give predators a powerful jolt! They are not shy and will move slowly away when disturbed. Ref: https://www.fishbase.se/summary/27060