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Giant ray photobombs aquarium cleaners

Ray photobombs keeperSEA LIFE

Staff at an aquarium in London have set to work on their annual underwater spring clean.

Sea Life London houses more than 6,000 different species of sea life, including a octopus, clownfish, seahorses, and even a crocodile.

One giant ray jumped into a photo with its keeper while he cleaned the tank's glass.

Keepers clean floorMike Buck/SEA LIFE London Aquarium
The team scrub the floor of the aquarium
Keeper with piranhasLondon Aquarium Aquarist Graham Banton spruces up
The Red Bellied Piranhas' display gets a spruce-up
Keeper cleans tankMike Buck/SEA LIFE London Aquarium
The clownfish steer clear while their keeper cleans the glass
moon jellyfishMike Buck/SEA LIFE London Aquarium
The Moon Jellyfish's windows get a polish
cleaning the shark tankMike Buck/SEA LIFE London Aquarium
It's risky work scrubbing away algae in the shark tank
A keeper collects shark teeth from the bottom of the tank. Many species of shark can lose one or two teeth every week, and new teeth grow roughly every two weeksMike Buck/SEA LIFE London Aquarium
A keeper collects shark teeth from the bottom of the tank. Many species of shark can lose one or two teeth every week, and new teeth grow roughly every two weeks
trimming coralMike Buck/SEA LIFE London Aquarium
A keeper gives the coral a trim to make room for other corals to grow
ray with wet floor signSEA LIFE
This ray makes sure that no-one slips on the wet floor