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Species in Marine Wildlife Tourism
Safe Interactions for Visitor and Animal
Learn about the the Species you are observing
There's the rumour that PhD students need to be glued to their desks all year...
read more » The Doctor's (not) in (yet): Celebrating Milestones in Otago, New Zealand
Talking in front of dozens of people isn't your thing? Hang in there, you're not alone...
read more » The Doctor's (not) in (yet): The introverted academic and how to survive public speaking
Swimming with whales is pretty much like swimming with dolphins, right? Well, not exactly...
read more » Ask a Scientist: What if I want to swim with...Whales?
Swimming with sharks can be pretty bad ass but depending whether you want to get close to filter-feeders or predators, there is something you need to know...
read more » Ask a Scientist: What if I want to swim with...Sharks?
My own, very personal story about my relationship with killer whales can be read in the chapter Encounters with Orca...
read more » Featured in New EBook: Encounters with Whales by Wade Doak
Sick of all the perfect lives shown on social media? Talk to a PhD student...
read more » The Doctor's (not) in (yet): In a Relationship with: My thesis; Status: It’s complicated.
You want to get all personal with sea lions, grey, harbour or fur seals? Here's something you need to know...
read more » Ask a Scientist: What if I want to swim with...Seals?
Hakai Magazine recently published an article about the ethical dilemma of whale shark tourism in Oslob, Philippines.
read more » Tourists are aware and accept that wildlife may be suffering from their wildlife experience
Approaching marine wildlife with technical aids is trending on Social Media right now. Find out why we should still go back to basics...
read more » DeFINitely Hot: Jet Skis, Scooters & Co. - A plea for tech-free Wildlife Encounters
Round 2! Swimming with Dolphins is all cool but before you go, you should consider some essential points.
read more » Ask a Scientist: What if I want to swim with...Dolphins?
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