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Kathy Townsend on Project Manta, Queensland

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Uploaded on Oct 11, 2011

Collect valuable data on the world's largest ray, to protect the species against rising threats to its long-term health on Earthwatch Project Manta with Dr Kathy Townsend from the University of Queensland.

Lady Elliot Island, Queensland, Australia - The manta ray, Manta birostris, is the world's largest ray, with a disc width of up to seven meters.

Dr Kathy Townsend did a year of undergraduate study at the University of Calgary before immigrating to Australia to complete her undergraduate, Honours and PhD at The University of Queensland in Brisbane.

Find out more about Project Manta at http://www.earthwatch.org/australia/e...

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