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#Shark #citizenscience project in the #Philippines
The Large Marine Vertebrates Project (LAMAVE) and the Tubbataha Management Office (TMO) are looking for photos and videos of sharks and rays taken in the park.
The said materials will be used to identify individual sharks and rays by distinguishing unique features. These include scars, coloration, and skin patterns. Identifying individual sharks would aid understanding of their movement patterns within the park, around the #Philippines, and across the Southeast Asian region.

Thanks to the collaboation of the #dive operators and social media with this new exciting #citizenscience project we are adding daily new unreported #species to the list of #elasmobranch present in the #Tubbataha Reef Natural Park.

Photo by Gutsy Tuason
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tubbatahareef.org/news/973
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After the training ended in Puerto Princesa we went to inspect the vessel we will use for the #Tubbataha #Sharkexpedition in May. We will launch a campaign soon... Stay tuned and spread the news.. ... See MoreSee Less

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The Elasmobranch Research and Conservation Training has just finished in Puerto Princesa. Thanks to the collaboration of the Tubbataha Managment Office and the Dive operators Ryan will soon move to the Ranger station to start the monitoring. ... See MoreSee Less

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