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Andrea Marshall Biologist

Conservation biologist and National Geographic Emerging Explorer Andrea Marshall leads groundbreaking research and conservation programs to save globally threatened manta rays, other vulnerable marine megafauna, and their critical habitats. She was the first person ever to complete a doctoral dissertation on manta rays and the first to discover two new species of manta. The Marine Megafauna Foundation, which Andrea co-founded, conducts research from Mozambique's remote southern coastline, home to one of the largest identified manta ray populations. Andrea will join the expedition in the Seychelles.

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