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Meet the Adopters
Affiliation: Florida Manta Project
Research Project: Investigating a population of manta rays utilizing in-shore waters in south Florida
"Jessica is a biologist in south Florida focusing on marine turtles. While conducting sea turtle nesting surveys, she noticed manta rays near shore, inspiring her to begin a study of mantas utilizing the shallow inshore waters of south Florida."
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