The world’s first ultrasounds of wild manta rays reveal a troubling truth

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It turns out reef manta rays are even more vulnerable than we thought—but scientists say we’re now in a better position to save them.

Reef manta rays (pictured, an animal in Hawaii) are considered vulnerable to extinction due to pressures such as overfishing.

PHOTOGRAPH BY GREG LECOEUR

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