Black Danni

Marked Individual INRA0004A

Nickname: Black Danni

Sex: female

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Taxonomy: Manta alfredi

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Collaborating Researchers

Robert Perryman

Affiliation: Marine Megafauna Foundation

Research Project: Global Manta Ray Program

Web Site: www.marinemegafauna.org

"I study social organization and behaviour of manta rays in Indonesia. I love reef mantas the most- they're just as friendly and curious as their bigger cousins!"

Stephanie Venables

Affiliation: Marine Megafauna Foundation

Web Site: marinemegafauna.org

"Steph is a researcher with the Marine Megafauna Foundation and a PhD. candidate at the University of Western Australia and focuses on manta ray ecology and population genetics."

Giles Winstanley

Affiliation: Marine Megafauna Foundation

Web Site: www.marinemegafauna.org

"Marine biologist, photographer, software developer, dreamer ... and living the dream!"