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Archive for November, 2014



Exit DAAN, the Manta Ray Man

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Manta Rays Mozambique Research in Action

  Team: MMF Manta Ray, PhD candidate Location: Tofo, Mozambique   Daan ‘left’ the MMF family home this week, to take a well earned break and then get stuck into writing his PhD thesis on the movements of reef manta rays along the southern Mozambican coastline. He is one of MMF’s longest serving members, having […]

The ‘Underwater Camera Trap’ project

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Behaviour Conservation Manta Rays Research in Action

By Daniel van Duinkerken   Back in 2010, I joined the Marine Megafauna Foundation in Mozambique to study reef manta rays. One of the methods to study these incredible fish is to simply take photographs of them. By one photograph you can often see if it was a male or female, mature or juvenile and even exactly […]

Triumph for Manta alfredi and other sharks and rays at CMS CoP11!

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Conferences and Symposiums Ecuador Manta Rays

By Andrea Marshall   An almost palpable momentum for elasmobranch conservation continues with a clean sweep at the Convention for Migratory Species CoP in Quito Ecuador today. MMF Ecuador’s team was on the floor as 21 species of threatened sharks and rays are successfully listed on the appendices of CMS. With so many species nominated, […]

Filming ‘Sharks’ with the BBC

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Behaviour Conservation Manta Rays San Benedicto

By Andrea Marshall     When producers from the BBC asked me where we could go to film manta rays in the most dramatic and compelling location in the world, I didn’t even hesitate in my answer…San Benedicto. And just like that we were planning the most epic filming expedition I have ever been on. […]

Bazaruto Beginnings – The Next Chapter

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Manta Rays Mozambique Research in Action

by Anna Flam   As the new Bazaruto research assistant I’ve spent the last few weeks down in Tofo learning the MMF ropes. Now I’m up in Bazaruto at the spectacular Pestana Bazaruto Lodge enjoying isolated beaches, sunsets over the water, and the local wildlife — both terrestrial and aquatic.      Daan, Libby, and […]

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