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Species in Marine Wildlife Tourism
Safe Interactions for Visitor and Animal
Learn about the the Species you are observing
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
If you thought the orcas of the Pacific Northwest are diverse, take a closer look at Antarctica...
read more » Who's Who? Orcas of Antarctica
Every year, Mother's Day is celebrating the awesome moms out there. And frankly, some of them have to try a bit harder than others...
read more » Happy(?) Mother's Day! What you should know about swimming with humpback whales
Due to popular demand orcas of the Pacific Northwest now displaying their unique eyepatches...
read more » Who's Who? Orcas of the Pacific Northwest Pt.2
Look at all the wildlife that is dwelling into urban landscapes due to our absence! What you should know about such encounters...
read more » DeFINitely Hot: Social Distancing around Wildlife
Calling Antarctica home, New Zealand shores now see more resting Leopard Seals too. While you can consider yourself super lucky to encounter one, there are some rules you should keep in mind so it'll be a memorable but safe experience...
read more » Ask a Scientist: How to behave around Leopard Seals
Do you have a hard time to determine which ecotype you've just encountered? All three dorsal fins are now on display for direct comparison:
read more » Who's Who? Orcas of the Pacific Northwest
Whether you go shark diving or swimming and encountering a shark by chance, it is always good to know how you can minimise the risk of a potential attack by following three simple rules...
read more » Ask a Scientist: What to do around sharks
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