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Scientists Use Manta Probes to Monitor Water Quality at world-famous Jellyfish Lake, Palau

The Coral Reef Research Foundation undertakes a wide variety of marine research activities in the Palau Islands, located in the western Pacific, just north of the equator. Palau is a remarkable tropical archipelago and is a renowned diving destination, also made famous by Jellyfish Lake, a unique marine ecosystem that is home to millions of Golden jellyfish. Jellyfish Lake (known locally as Ongeim’l Tketau) is singular with its daily migration of millions of jellyfish medusae following the sun across this salt water lake, and is the most-loved tourism site in Palau.

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