Marked Individual INNLP0238A

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Sex: male

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Taxonomy: Mobula alfredi

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Collaborating Researchers

Andrea Marshall

Affiliation: Marine Megafauna Foundation

Research Project: MMF's Global Manta Ray Program

Web Site: www.marinemegafana.org

"Scientific director for MMF's Global Manta Ray Program and National Geographic marine explorer."

Stuart Ecob

Affiliation: Marine Megafauna Foundation

Web Site: marinemegafauna.org

"I love underwater photography and Mantas!"

Giles Winstanley

Affiliation: Marine Megafauna Foundation

Web Site: https://marinemegafauna.org

Lillian Ellevog

Affiliation: Marine Megafauna Foundation

Research Project: Global Manta Ray Program

Web Site: marinemegafauna.org

"Research assistant for the Marine Megafauna Foundation based in Nusa Lembongan, Indonesia from 2013 to 2018, observing and studying the aggregation of manta rays in the area and most importantly learning how to live in harmony with the natural world."

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