Niomi conducted a manta survey at Komodo National Park, Indonesia on 11 Jun, 2016

Count:
10 mantas
Location:
Indonesia Manta Point & Karang Makasar, Komodo National Park
Time:
11:30
Depth:
15
Temperature:
27
Group size:
4
Boats:
4
Behavior:
Just Swimming, Feeding, Cleaning
Current:
Slight - able to hold position with little effort.
Notes:
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Recent Activity
Location
Reef manta Ray
Reef manta

The reef manta ray (Manta alfredi) is a species of ray in the family Mobulidae, the largest rays in the world. Among generally recognized species, it is the second-largest species of ray, only surpassed by the giant oceanic manta ray

Bleaching
Bleaching

Bleaching occurs when corals expel their symbiotic zooxanthellae - pigmented, algae-like protozoa that live within the coral's cells. High temperature, pollution or other stresses can cause the coral to expel its zooxanthellae, leading to a lighter or complete loss of color.