Research Fund - 17/10
Congratulations, Jennifer Keeping, whose project is focused the population density, seasonality and distribution of the stingray species in Mozambique. The predominant species of stingray Jennifer will be working on are: the Jenkins Whipray (Himantura jenkinsii), the Blotched Fantail ray (Taeniura meyeni), the Kuhls ray (Neotrygon kuhlii), the Bluespotted stingray (Taeniura lymma) and the rarest, largest stingray in the world, the smalleye stingray (Megatrygon microps). This is such an exciting project that we had to buy Jennifer her plane ticket to Mozambique! :)
Description: Congratulations, Jennifer Keeping, whose project is focused the population density, seasonality and distribution of the stingray species in Mozambique. The predominant species of stingray Jennifer will be working on are: the Jenkins Whipray (Himantura jenkinsii), the Blotched Fantail ray (Taeniura meyeni), the Kuhls ray (Neotrygon kuhlii), the Bluespotted stingray (Taeniura lymma) and the rarest, largest stingray in the world, the smalleye stingray (Megatrygon microps). This is such an exciting project that we had to buy Jennifer her plane ticket to Mozambique! :)