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Ana Filipa Sobral

Portuguese biologist takes second place at the Terre de Femmes Awards

Villas&Golfe Adv. PUB HOMES IN HEAVEN Adv.
Vidago Villa Adv.
PMmedia Adv Adv.

With the aim of raising awareness about mobulid rays (about which little data has been collected) visiting the archipelago of the Azores, while contributing towards their conservation, Ana Filipa Sobral, a Portuguese marine biologist, created and developed the Manta Catalog Azores project over seven years, the first photographic database of mobulid rays in the world. Due to this project, Ana Filipa Sobral took second place in the Terre de Femmes Awards, an initiative promoted by the Yves Rocher Foundation that every year distinguishes women with projects in support of the environment. The prize of 5000 Euros was handed over on March 29.

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