Specimen weight: 54.431 kg (120 lbs)
Record: 165 lbs, Clew Bay, 1966
Snout a narrow, parallel-sided projection. jutting out from the outline of the disc, giving this skate a distinctly ” bottle-nosed ” appearance. Distance from tip of snout to mouth not exceeding 20 per cent Of total length. Upper side grey, sometimes with markings which fade after death. Underside white, with a black border to wings in young and sometimes a greyish border in adults; Pores not. marked with black. Grows to several hundred pounds.
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