Marked Individual MXA-108

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Sex: male

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Taxonomy: Rhincodon typus

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Meet the Adopters

Kai Keasey
 
"I'm hopeful that whale sharks can be that charismatic species that will rally the public to address the concerns of the ocean such as pollution and overfishing and that whale sharks will also help us all to realize how little we know about the largest ecosystem on our planet. "
 

 


Collaborating Researchers

Rafael de la Parra

Affiliation: Ch'ooj Ajauil AC, Mexico

Research Project: Monitoreo Ecol�gico de Pel�gicos Marinos

Web Site: http://www.choojajauil.org.mx/

Deni Ramirez

Affiliation: Tiburon Ballena Mexico (Whale Shark Mexico)

Web Site: www.whalesharkmexico.com