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Species in Marine Wildlife Tourism
Safe Interactions for Visitor and Animal
Learn about the the Species you are observing
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!
' So long and thanks for all the fish' is probably not what they're going to say....
read more » Ask a Scientist: Swimming with Solitary Dolphins - What you need to know
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