Ningaloo Marine Life Conservation

As our 2106 Whale Shark Season kicks off nice and early with plenty of Whale Sharks around, I thought it may be a good time to remind people of responsible boating practices whilst driving around the Ningaloo Marine Park ensuring the successful conservation of our marine species. Over the last 5 years filming and photographing
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Shark Finning, a Papua New Guinea problem

As we were doing one of our normal patrols around Irai island, the largest of the 21 islands that make up the Conflict Island group, we came across a group of young men who had set up camp. The twelve or so boys whose ages ranged from about 8 or 9 to the eldest who
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Diving Conflict Islands, Milne Bay, Papua New Guinea

Imagine being invited to an isolated tropical island atoll in the middle of the The Coral Triangle with crystal clear electric blue water and abundant fish and marine life. The promise of amazing species diversity, remote coral reefs over 100 miles away from civilisation with freedom to explore and dive sites nobody else has ever
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NO SHARK CULL

The No Shark Cull movement has been growing with momentum and even though the Western Australia Shark cull has been abolished due to its ineffectiveness. There are still many shark nets and bait lines along the entire East Coast line that need to be removed, and the group which are working towards that goal called
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Ningaloo Reef SHARKS, Survival of the Fittest

Overpopulation, over-fishing, and climate change are all issues which most of us have experienced on our travels around the world, particularly in poorer countries around South-East Asia, Central/South America and Africa. However, we are fortunate enough in Australia to have well protected wildlife and marine life as well as strict fishing and harvesting rules and
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STOP THE DEMAND, Breaking the cycle of the Manta Ray Trade

This video was created with the collaboration of many passionate people, who all love care and work with manta rays. It is to highlight the ongoing threats that all manta and mobula species face in a market place driven but monetary rewards for poor environmental practices. We hope to be able to use this video
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