The Manta Trust was founded in order to turn the tide for these enigmatic rays, by co-ordinating global research and conservation efforts around manta rays, their relatives, and their habitats
Manta and devil rays are among the most charismatic creatures in our oceans. With the largest brain of all fish, their intelligence and curiosity make encounters with these animals a truly amazing experience. Despite their popularity with divers and snorkelers, many aspects of their lives remain a mystery. More worryingly, targeted and bycatch fisheries for these animals have had devastating impacts on populations around the world. Manta and devil rays have arguably become some of the most threatened fish in our seas
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The Shark Trust is the leading UK-based charity that works to safeguard the future of sharks through positive change. The Trust works from local to global level to push for effective management, enforced protection and responsible trade in shark products.
A science-based organisation, the Trust thrives on collaboration, bringing people together and finding pragmatic solutions to advance the worldwide conservation of sharks. The Shark Trust believes that everyone has a vital role to play, and it is the combined efforts of scientists, industry, decision makers and the public that is making the difference in protecting shark, skate and ray populations.
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Shark Guardian is a UK Charity for shark and marine conservation which aims to advance the conservation of shark species worldwide for their sustainable management and to protect the natural environment. They do this through education, conservation, research and expeditions.
The charity has projects worldwide as well as more than 40 supporting Scuba diving and freediving centers. The team has largely focused on education and research in Asia since 2013, where the consumption of shark fin soup is greatest, educating more than 20,000 people per year, mainly school children. Donations are used to send their 2 children's books to schools around the world as well as ensuring their educational presentations and materials can be available to all schools and communities, especially where sharks are fished and/or consumed.
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