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!
Migrating Bull Sharks in Australia - Paper!
If I compare what is happening on the East coast of Australia with our observations, I would not at all be surprised if our Bulls displayed the same behavior!
We know that they are not resident, and although overall, they spend more than half of the time inside of the Fiji Shark Corridor, individual differences are very pronounced and sometimes, certain
Natural Predation on invasive Lionfish!
Source - read it!
And I cite.
Seen any Fish population explode as of late?
Yes we have: Lionfish in the Caribbean! But those are invasive introduced species that so far lack any predators - betcha that in 10 years, the picture will be vastly different!
That was yours truly three years ago.
And now, it appears, some Caribbean predators are already, slowly slowly, developing a taste for
Fish Rock, South West Rocks where it all happens! Source.
This is one of Mark's dives.
Fiji - Bleaching Alert!
This is not good news.
So far, on Shark Reef, things look good.
We've very recently commissioned a report, and it attests good to very good Coral cover; and having gone walkabout to check for Fishes in anticipation of an imminent visit by a gaggle of professional Fish geeks, I was actually particularly happy to notice countless buds of Acropora on the frontal reef slope.
Goodbye, Shark Lady.
We mourn the passing of Genie Clark.
She was a great researcher and I hear, a great person, too.
Eulogy by Nat Geo here, bio here, and here is a touching reminiscence by Andrew who knew her well.
Let us celebrate her life, and never forget.