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Andrea Marshall on swimming with manta rays and the importance of giving back to nature

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Dr Andrea Marshall can be seen in various documentaries “dancing” with 1,361kg manta rays. These underwater giants have 5.5m wingspans, but surprisingly, despite their size, they still elegantly glide in the deep ocean with relative ease. 

Andrea Marshall encounters a giant manta ray.

Over the last 10 years, the conservation biologist has swum with thousands of the species of huge flattened fish.

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