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Species in Marine Wildlife Tourism
Safe Interactions for Visitor and Animal
Learn about the the Species you are observing
Totally put off to do a PhD yourself because of all the negative press about it? Let me get things straight...
read more » The Doctor's (not) in (yet): You’re not learning for your PhD, you’re learning for life
Swimming with sharks is part of your personal bucket list this year? Then this is a must-read!
read more » New Infographic!
Marine-wildlife.org turns 1 and why doing a PhD is very much like getting a black belt...
read more » 2018 - It's a wrap!
We're proud to present the very first infographic on marine-wildlife.org!
Ever wondered what it's like to swim with seals? Find out here....
read more » Ask a Scientist: Swimming with Seals -what it's really like
Why you really should take into account which species you're choosing for your swim-with experience...
read more » Ask a Scientist: Dolphins will be Dolphins, right?
Marine-wildlife.org is now partner of World Cetacean Alliance and part of the WCA Responsible Whale Watching Working Group!
read more » Partnership with World Cetacean Alliance
Barely there and gone again...(not all who wander are lost!)
read more » The Doctor’s (not) in (yet): Conferences and Seals - Preparing for Phase 2
It's official: The NZ cage diving industry will surrender to the Supreme Courts' decision to declare these ventures as illegal activities. Is this justified?
read more » DeFINitely Hot: Bye Bye Sharky - On the Shark Cage Diving Ban in NZ
read more » New Book on Coral Reef Tourism!
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