White-spotted eagle ray, grow to at least 3.5m disc width and 9m total length. The spotted eagle ray has a long snout, flat and rounded like a duck\\\'s bill, a thick head, and a pectoral disc with sharply curved, angular corners, and no caudal fin; jaws usually with single row of flat, chevron-shaped teeth. Each tooth is a crescent-shaped plate joined into a band. They usually have numerous white spots on black or bluish disc; with white below. Long whip-like tail, with a long spine near the base, behind small dorsal fin.