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Species in Marine Wildlife Tourism
Safe Interactions for Visitor and Animal
Learn about the the Species you are observing
Safe encounters with wild animals feel like rocket science? A new infographic may prevent you from being swallowed by a whale.
read more » The ABC (and D) of safe Wildlife Watching - An Infographic
Another viral video showing an incident between a whale doing whale stuff and unlucky waterusers highlights how things can go wrong quickly. What's the deal?
read more » Ask a Scientist: Why do we see so many human-whale incidents lately?
From 'The Doctor's (not) in (yet) to 'The Doctor's in'. Well, because I've finished ;)
read more » The Doctor’s in: PhDone - life after your doctoral journey
This week, I have successfully defended my thesis in marine wildlife tourism!
read more » PhDone
'Killer whales would never attack people in the wild' is a popular opinion. So why did Atlantic killer whales choose to swim against the stream?
read more » DeFINitely Hot: Straight out of a novel – ‘Orcastrated‘ killer whale attacks
My team and I made some waves on The Conversation this week...
read more » New on The Conversation: Swimming with whales - you must know the risks and when it's best to keep your distance
Australia has seen two serious incidents between swim participants and humpback whales this month. Could this have been avoided? Why 'reading the signs' is important when we engage in close encounters with marine wildlife...
read more » Ask a Scientist: What is risky whale behaviour?
We are on a good way to make marine wildlife tourism more sustainable by reviewing existing policies. However, it seems as if management still hasn't fully arrived in the 21st century...
read more » DeFINitely Hot: Why telling people to refrain from flash photography is not enough
An Arctic whale is turning up in sunny California and a whole industry is mindblown...
read more » DeFINitely Hot: Beluga Ahoy - Why Whale Watching is like a Box of Chocolates
You expect them to be as happy as a whale having its mouth full of krill, but some doctoral candidates may feel differently after taking the big leap...
read more » Ask a Scientist: How it really feels having submitted your thesis
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