Watch: Camera Put on Giant Manta Ray for First Time Ever | National Geographic

January 29, 2016
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Watch: Camera Put on Giant Manta Ray for First Time Ever | National Geographic

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The National Geographic Society, the Manta Trust and Scripps Institution of Oceanography have put Crittercams on manta rays for the first time. The cameras are gathering data that will help protect these giant underwater animals. Learn how the cameras were attached, and watch some amazing footage from the mantas' perspective.

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