|This article is about the Ghostray. You may be looking for the Crimson Ray or the Jellyray.|
The Ghostray emits a very loud, droning sound.
The Ghostray is very large, and possesses a body structure similar to that of real life manta rays. It's inner body resembles that of a Jellyray, while its outer body resembles that of a Crimson Ray. It is entirely translucent and emits a cyan bioluminescence. It has two glowing red organs behind the eyes, as well as another, non-bioluminescent, organ just above the base of the tail.
The Ghostray is a docile creature, spending a majority of its time swimming aimlessly around the Giant Cove Tree in the Tree Cove, in the Bones Field, and in the Ghost Canyon.
Data Bank Entry
Genetic analysis indicates this specimen is a close cousin of the jellyray, adapted to deep-sea conditions. Unlike that species, its body is fully protected by a translucent skin, and its large wings are capable of generating considerable thrust.
- The Ghostray is closely related to the Jellyray.
- This also means that it is distantly related to the Rabbit Ray.
- There is a subspecies of the Ghostray, called the Crimson Ray, that is found in the Inactive Lava Zone and Lava Lakes.
- The Ghostray's sounds were created from that of a whale.