MantaWatch conserves threatened manta rays by promoting participation, developing technologies, and delivering professional training. MantaWatchers are citizen scientists who provide critical data on the status of manta populations. MantaWatch Online is the world’s first social web application dedicated to open, transparent and participative manta ray research and conservation. The MantaWatch Internship Program is a professional training program for future marine leaders in developing countries.

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MantaWatch Internship – have you got what it takes?

Applications are open for the 2016 MantaWatch Internship Program. Young marine conservationist and future leaders can apply today to launch their career.

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Manta Rays Protected in Maldives

The Republic of Maldives has today protected mantas, mobulas and other rays throughout the entire country.

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Indonesia Creates World’s Largest Manta Sanctuary

Indonesia creates a manta ray sanctuary spanning almost 6 million square kilometers, and fully protects mantas throughout the country

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Where are they now? Muhammad Ichsan

After completing the MantaWatch Internship Program, Muhammad Ichsan wrote a thesis on manta rays, became a shark researcher in North Maluku and is now studying at the University of Queensland. He reflects on the impacts of his internship.

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