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TAMPA (CBSMiami) – A stunning sight in Tampa Bay as hundreds of eagle rays flowed into a boat channel.

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The large group of rays, known as a ‘fever’, was spotted swimming in the waters off the Gandy Bridge, the southernmost bridge spanning Tampa Bay.

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These particular rays were most likely ‘cownose rays’, which often swim together in groups of hundreds or even thousands.

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The fever migrated to Tampa Bay’s warmer waters from South America where it’s winter.