Cape Gannets Diving for Sardines
6 April 2018

The Most Extraordinary Shoal on Earth

The Sardine Run is a spectacular phenomenon that occurs each year between June and July along the KwaZulu-Natal coast in South Africa. The massive shoal, that is even visible by satellite, attracts a melee of predators that partake in a feeding frenzy. It is described as a "wildlife extravaganza", and it is so immense, it rivals that of the Great Wildebeest migration across ...

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Stingrays at dawn
30 March 2018

Sandbar at Stingray City, Grand Cayman, Cayman ...

Swimming with stingrays in the wild, up for a wing massage, Grand cayman is the place to visit!

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John Dory around a lost gill net
23 March 2018

Jewels of the Mediterranean winter: the John Dory

During winter, you can bet the Costa Brava waters won’t be crystal clear and tropical warm. Usually, there's low visibility (less than 5 m) and really cold water, 11-13ºC (38-40F). But for those who dare to dive during winter, the sea may reward them with some of its hidden jewels: the John Dory

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Divided Flatworm
19 January 2018

Fantastic Flatworms

Nudibranchs, nudibranchs, nudibranchs. They get all the glory. But what about the flatworms? Often confused for nudibranchs, these guys hold their own as some of the prettiest (and weirdest) ocean creatures.

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Crocodile at the Cenote
12 January 2018

Aktun Ha Cenote

It’s not every day that you find yourself underwater with a crocodile. Yes, I was warned there might be a juvenile croc in the cenote, and that he was diver friendly, but nothing quite gets the heart pumping like finding yourself in a cavern with a croc!

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'Spy-hopping' Killer whales
29 December 2017

How Free-Willy became an Apex Predator

Killer Whales are not only one of the fastest animals in the ocean, but their complex hunting strategies and unique abilities to learn, memorize and implement teamwork has made them a force to be reckoned with throughout the world’s oceans. Looking at their multiple hunting techniques, we highlight the intelligence and versatility of this magnificent mammal.

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Sea Walnut
22 December 2017

Comb Jellies: The Lanterns of the Ocean

Ctenophores, or more commonly know as comb jellies, is a group of gelatinous zooplankton globally distributed throughout the open ocean. The morphological similarities between comb jellies and jellyfish make these exquisite animals easily mistaken for ‘stingers’, but the absence of stinging cells and their iridescent colour displays make comb jellies the stingless lights of ...

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Sea Otter
15 December 2017

The 12 Most Endangered Marine Mammals (Part 2)

Part 2: Blubber & fur. The IUCN Red list of threatened species indicates that approximately 447 marine species are currently listed as endangered of which 188 are in critical condition. Taking a look at the 12 most endangered marine mammals, we discuss the causes of their depletion and their current major threats.

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Sei Whale
8 December 2017

The 12 Most Endangered Marine Mammals (Part 1)

Part 1: The Gentle Giants. The IUCN Red list of threatened species indicates that approximately 447 marine species are currently listed as endangered, of which 188 are in critical condition. Taking a look at the 12 most endangered marine mammals, we discuss the causes of their depletion and their current major threats.

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Lake Malawi Cichlid
1 December 2017

Diving Lake Malawi

Literally diving in an aquarium, Lake Malawi contains aquarists’ favorite freshwater tank fish. Many love the beautifully colored cichlids, but few dive this beautiful lake in South Eastern Africa.

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