Can you imagine swimming and seeing 10,000 stingrays, some up to six feet in width, heading towards you?
Twice a year, once in the fall and once in the spring, a swarm of stingrays migrate in the Gulf of Mexico.
They swim from The Yucatan Peninsula to Florida.
There are many types of stingrays, but this one is known as Rhinoptera bonuses, and they have a very unique look.
This particular type of stingray has a poisonous stinger that can be deadly to humans.