Mobula Rays Need Protection Now

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Mobula Rays Need Protection Now

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Stunning underwater footage shows large groups of mobula rays on the move. However, due to escalating demand for gill plates, mobula ray populations have declined up to 99 percent around the world. Let’s keep these rays swimming with a CITES Appendix II listing to help prevent their global extinction.

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