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Extreme Weather: A Perfect Storm for Manta Research

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Behaviour Conferences and Symposiums Conservation Ecuador Manta Rays Research in Action

By Katherine Burgess An El Nino year is upon us…and it’s going to be a big one!   In early August, the Marine Megafauna team will converge at a little known island gem called Isla de la Plata in the Eastern Pacific to study the giant manta rays that aggregate for up to 3 months […]

Manta Ray Scrubdown

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Behaviour Conservation Manta Rays Mozambique Research in Action

  By Calum Murie. Often, sharks and fish do not coexist peacefully. It is entirely understandable, the sharks are commonly trying to eat the fish, and the fish spend most of their lives trying not to be eaten. Except during cleaning interactions. During this phenomenon, the entire predator-prey interaction gets flipped on its head, as […]

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