The Best Shark Dive in the World!
Blog about "The World's best Shark Dive" by Beqa Adventure Divers.
Featuring up to eight regular species of Sharks and over 400 different species of fish, Shark diving doesn't get any better!
A Revolution in Shark Control - two!
And I cite.
The Shark Monitoring Program of Recife has been developed specifically for the local conditions, which involved specific taxa (mostly tiger and bull sharks) and environmental characteristics. Therefore, replicating this strategy elsewhere may depend on a number of adaptations that must be carefully considered.
Hazin and Afonso are the authors of the
Brooding Deep-Sea Octopus - wow!
Great find and great video!
Story here, open-access paper here.
Shark Tagging in Fiji - a big fat Bust!
Tiny Silvertip - source.
Yes there are Sharks - but that's the SRMR.
Bless Jess for her valiant effort to pick up the turd by the clean end. But those are accomplished Shark fishermen that would have surely caught more Sharks - if only they had been there!
Long story short?
This is additional evidence that the state of our pelagic Sharks is dire indeed.
Alas, totally not
Spatial Behavior in Elasmobranchs - Papers!
OCEARCH tracks in SA - so far, highly ambiguous!
I've been remiss in not posting about several new papers.
This one by, among others, (the proudly left-brained, and obstinate) Michelle Wcisel, describes the movements of GWS in the Dyer Island and Geyser Rock system near Gansbaai and observes that they differ substantially from the GWS movements in Mossel Bay. As a
Jackie's first Shark Dive!
World's best safety stop - great pic by Allen Walker!
Remember those drone shots?
They and the editing are courtesy of Magnum Productions, Fiji's very best one-stop production house. Have real close look at the drone footage at 3:18f - those are our small reefies on the world's best safety stop!