This unique diving expedition in Mozambique can get you closer to the ocean's inhabitants than you've ever been before
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If you're looking to travel to an exotic location and learn about the ocean’s inhabitants, we've found your calling. The Marine Megafauna Foundation (MMF), a charity that strives to save threatened marine life, has announced new scuba diving expeditions to Mozambique alongside their ocean experts. The expeditions are open to the public, meaning anyone with an interest in diving and the ocean can join MMF’s co-founder Andrea Marshall and her team of scientists in their conservation research off the coast of East Africa. While visiting Mozambique, guests will be able to experience the marine life inhabiting the area - including whale sharks, humpback whales, and manta rays. Not only will the guests have the opportunity to dive and interact with these animals, but they will also learn valuable information about their lives and habitats. Guests will learn how to interact with whale sharks and manta rays without disrupting their natural behavior, to identify the maturity of an individual animal, to distinguish between males and females, to recognise different types of manta/shark/whale behavior, to take identification photos, and to identify different individuals using their unique spot patterns.
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