|Release date||Unknown edit|
|High Alchemy||300 coins|
|Low Alchemy||200 coins|
|Store price||about 265 coins
|Exchange price||3,101 coins update coins|
|Examine||Mmmm...This looks tasty!|
Manta rays are a members-only fish that require a Cooking level of 91 to cook. When consumed, manta rays restore 22 Hitpoints. Manta rays are very difficult to cook, and players still burn them with level 99 Cooking. Cooking gauntlets do not affect your chances to cook them without burning. The price of Manta rays went up dramatically after the Activity Bar was introduced to the minigame on 16 June 2009.
Manta rays heal 22 hitpoints in one serving and are considered to be among the best foods in RuneScape, second only to Rocktail, which was released on the 17 September 2009 with the Living Rock Caverns update. They also weigh less than a Tuna potato (0.5 kg) which also heals 22 hitpoints in one serving.
|Ingredients||Raw manta ray|
|Fishing Method||Fishing Trawler|
|Fishing Spot||Fishing Trawler|
|Level at which it stops burning||Never|
|Instructions||Use a raw manta ray with a fire or a range.|
|HP per Serving||22|
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Manta rays were, like jellyfish and the Portuguese man-o'-war, creatures that closely resembled the Oswaft of the ThonBoka nebula. They were broad and streamlined, powerfully winged, sinister in appearance and yet pleasing to look at, and their dorsal surfaces were domed with high muscle. They were described as capable of being identified by "an alien observer in a different place and time." The Confederacy of Independent Systems's Manta droid subfighter presumably took its name and design from the manta ray.