Mark

Marked Individual F4

Nickname: Mark

Sex: female

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F4


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Collaborating Researchers

Mandy Etpison

Affiliation: MantaID Palau

Web Site: mantaidpalau.org

"This Dutch wildlife photographer and PADI instructor has resided on Palau, Micronesia for 30 years. With local assistance, she identified over 275 reef mantas. Some sightings date back over 30 years. Mandy is also the Palau project leader for Manta Trust."