Marked Individual INKNP0178A

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Alternate ID : KNP-MA178 X
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Sex: female

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Taxonomy: Mobula alfredi

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0418bd01-0170-4fe8-b60d-8073acfcde89
0418bd01-0170-4fe8-b60d-8073acfcde89
0418bd01-0170-4fe8-b60d-8073acfcde89
0418bd01-0170-4fe8-b60d-8073acfcde89
0418bd01-0170-4fe8-b60d-8073acfcde89


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Meet the Adopters

Yiva Hildrum-Follesoe
 
"Hege and I have been lucky enough to encounter mantas in multiple locations around the world while scuba diving. Our hope is that the knowledge and information gained through MantaMatcher can help protect this wonderful species so that our nieces get a chance to experience the magic of swimming with a manta when they grow old enough to travel the world. - Uncle Jonas & Aunt Hege"
 

 


Collaborating Researchers

Elitza Germanov

Affiliation: Marine Megafauna Foundation

Research Project: Microplastics & Megafauna

Web Site: www.marinemegafauna.org

"Ellie loves Manta Matcher as it helps her keep an eye on Indonesia's manta rays while she is busy working on her PhD. When she is not seeing spots Ellie is usually found avoiding single use plastic, doing yoga or eating chocolate."

Mola