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We discovered Raja Ampat’s reef manta rays prefer staying close to home – which could help us save more of them

By Edy Setyawan, Marine Ecologist, University of Auckland, Waipapa Taumata Rau
While they can travel vast distances, our research revealed reef manta rays in Raja Ampat live mostly within a relatively small underwater ‘town’ – which urgently needs better protection.The Conversation

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