Burnt manta ray

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Burnt manta ray is the result of accidentally burning a raw manta ray while attempting to cook it. Cooking a manta ray requires level 91 Cooking, and burning it will become less common with a higher Cooking level. There is no level that manta rays stop being burned at, although wearing a Cooking cape at level 99 will prevent them from burning.

The burnt manta ray has no use whatsoever, although players can unsuccessfully attempt to eat it. Like most other burnt food, it is tradeable to other players but not on the Grand Exchange.

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  • Prior to an update on 4 March 2013, burnt food did not stack in the inventory.