Bingo - and I cite.
Shark attacks around the world are generally on the rise, thanks to shark conservation efforts that began in the early 1990s combined with increasing numbers of people enjoying saltwater recreation.
All I can say is, bravo!
Finally a researcher has the guts to say it as it is.
Human and Shark population growth are on an intersection course - and only if we
And talking of Laurent.
Tetamanu was Expedition Gombessa 2.
Gombessa 1 was about filming the Coelacanth in South Africa, so far only done from subs or via ROVs. Here's the documentary - and should you speak French, please also watch the making of with Laurent!
Johann alerts me to this post.
This is simply sensational stuff.
I've witnessed the Grouper spawning aggregation in Tetamanu ages ago and it remains one of the highlights of my diving career. Last year, a group of French and Swiss researchers and cinematographers did embark on a major mission to document the event, and this is finally the program depicting that expedition. Featuring