Nudibranchs are beautiful but some of these tiny sea slugs are also highly poisonous, as this superb video of “when nudis attack” from Jean Michel Cousteau demonstrates
Here’s some links to spectacular whale shark and great white shark videos along with my rundown of where I dived in 2007
The peacock mantis shrimp is one of my all time favourite underwater critters, and on my recent trip to Davao in the Philippines I managed to get some pretty good shots of this amazing creature
Rodney Fox is something of a legend in Australia. The man who survived a near fatal great white shark attack, he subsequently dedicated his life to understanding and protecting these amazing creatures
Exmouth Gulf – one of Western Australia’s most environmentally important areas and one of the best places to see whale sharks in the world – is under potential threat from a plan to build one of the world’s biggest salt mines.
Do you know what this cuttlefish is doing in this short video clip? Please leave a comment and let me know!
Rodney Fox is a legend amongst shark divers – one of the few people to survive being attacked by a Great White Shark, Fox has dedicated his life to understanding and conserving these amazing and fearsome creatures from his base in Adelaide, Australia
It’s long been known that Indonesia has the greatest number of marine species living within its waters than anywhere else in the world – and now scientists reckon they’ve identified the specific place which is home to the most species.
Check out Mike Veitch’s stunning picture of five manta rays moving in perfect single file hoovering up plankton in Yap, Micronesia
10 stingrays have been found dead and mutilated around Australia’s Queensland coast in the wake of Steve Irwin’s death from a stingray’s barb last week
World famous Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin has been tragically killed by the barb of a stingray whilst filming an underwater documentary on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef
“Whale Sharks: The Giants Of Ningaloo Reef” is a unique book by Geoff Taylor that provides an amazing photographic and text document about the whale sharks of Western Australia
It’s no surprise that the recent oil spill off the Philippines has been causing havoc with the marine life of the region – and now looks like the slick is set to damage the ecosystem of Negros, a popular dive destination
Micronesia’s Yap is famous for seeing squadrons of manta rays – and photographing them too. The Yap Photo Workshop provides an unforgettable crash course in mastering underwater photography in the midst of Yap’s spectacular marine life
The Mola Mola is one of the most elusive and amazing fishes to see underwater when diving in Asia – and they’ve suddenly started appearing off the west coast of England