Magda Nieduzak

Staff
Senior Communications Officer, Sharks: Restoring the Balance, WWF-Hong Kong


Magda leads communications for Sharks: Restoring the Balance. She is a communications and PR specialist with experience gained in the UK and Hong Kong and a passion for shark conservation.

 

Magda leads communications for Sharks: Restoring the Balance at WWF and is based in Hong Kong. She is an experienced communications professional with international PR and communications experience gained in the UK, Hong Kong and across Asia. Passionate about shark conservation, she joined the team in 2019.

mnieduzak@wwf.org.hk

 


Unlocking secrets of gentle giants – whale sharks and citizen science

Added to Blogs on 29 August 2019

By Magda Nieduzak

Whale sharks (Rhincodon typus) are filter-feeding and highly migratory sharks, which travel between coastal waters and open oceans. Growing up to 20 meters in length (longer than a school bus) and weighing up to 34 tonnes (nearly as heavy as 6 large African elephants), they are by far the biggest living fish in the world. And yet, in spite of being one of the most iconic marine species, these sharks still hold many secrets waiting to be uncovered!

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