Alessandro Ponzo
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Alessandro Ponzo


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Dr. Ponzo began his career as an ethologist with a thesis on odontecete cognition. In 2002, he studied killer whales in Alaska; in 2004, he was part of the first international expedition along the Russian coast of the Bering sea in search of the critically endangered western pacific gray whale. In 2010, he started the Large Marine Vertebrates Project Philippines and has been working tirelessly to conserve marine vertebrates in the Bohol sea and throughout the country.

Animal Behavior Aquaculture, Fisheries & Fish Science Biodiversity Conservation Biology Ecology Ethical Issues Marine Biology Veterinary Medicine

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Large Marine Vertebrates Research Institute Philippines

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