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Record-breaking citizen science in Raja Ampat

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Field Notes Indonesia Manta Rays Ray of Hope Expeditions Research in Action Volunteer

By Steph Venables   Masks on. Regs in. On my count, one, two, three, go!   It’s hard to beat the excitement just before a dive, especially if it’s a survey dive at a manta aggregation site. Will we see mantas? How many? Will they stick around? Will they be new individuals, or old favorites? […]

Madagascar: Whale Sharks In The Land Of Lemurs

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Field Notes Madagascar Research in Action Shark Science Whale Sharks

By Simon Pierce   Madagascar isn’t just about lemurs and chameleons. Although to be fair, it’s quite a bit about lemurs and chameleons.   Chameleon. He comes and goes.   And a giant day gecko, because OMG.   Now that I’ve got them out of my system…   Madagascar is a global biodiversity hotspot. After […]

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