Princesa Negra

Marked Individual INKNP0188A

Nickname: Princesa Negra

Sex: female

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Alternate ID: KNP-MA188

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Meet the Adopters

Sabrina Inderbitzi Fish-Are-Friends
 
Why are research and conservation for this species important?
"I love Mantas! When you meet them underwater, they are curious and check you out and react to your presence. I'm always fascinated by the interaction with them and it always proves me that they are intelligent animals, which need our protection. Princesa Negra was the model for my Design of the Fish Are Friends T-Shirt Collection. That's why I always want to know, where she goes and how she is. With my T-Shirts I want to help protecting these wonderful animals."
 

 


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."