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NiuMediaThe conservation of the environment is one of the most important areas  of the Niuwave Media, as it ensures us that we have beautiful locations and things to film and use in our productions.

We are known to film many things with our underwater units especially sharks, which is why we are big supporters of Shark Year.

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The International Year of the Shark 2009

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The International Year of the Shark 2009 was inspired by the finding that at the current rate, common shark species will be extinct in 10 to 15 years.

In large regions, species that were once numerous have fallen to 1% of their original numbers. Studies of open ocean sharks estimate 80 to 90% of heavily fished species are gone. Yet these intelligent animals, also called the “Wolves of the Sea” are still fished intensively, and finned for “shark fin soup.” The oceans have evolved over hundreds of millions of years with sharks as apex predators, so their loss will destroy oceanic health.

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Scuba Diving Fiji Blog

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Scuba Diving Fiji Blog

A blog about the great scuba diving around the Fiji Islands by Stuart Gow.


Some of the highlights of living and working in Fiji is the diving on the soft coral reefs with sharks, mantas and teeming life on the reefs.

 

Fiji Shark Blog

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The Best Shark Dive in the World!

Blog about the world's No.1 Shark Dive by Beqa Adventure Divers, featuring up to eight regular species of sharks and close to 400 different species of fish, shark diving doesn't get any better.

Hosted by Mike from Beqa Adventure Divers.

http://fijisharkdiving.blogspot.com/

 
The Best Shark Dive in the World!
  • 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
  • Chockablock!
    Fish Rock, South West Rocks where it all happens! Source. This is one of Mark's dives. Wonderful stuff. Enjoy!
  • Fiji - Bleaching Alert!
    Source. 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. We

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