The Arab Spring has been on of the most amazing social movements of this generation; the images of brave citizens fighting for democracy (and unfortunately…View More Red sea sharks at risk from political upheaval, but to what degree?
The following images came across my desk last week humorously labeled “There’s something wrong with the ROV”. The startling shots show what appears to be…View More Animals Vs. Equipment
My ocean blogging colleague, David Shiffman – known as “Why Sharks Matter” on twitter and the blog Southern Fried Science – is in the lead…View More Sharks Need Your Vote!
“Bula!” (That’s Fijian for “Yo, wassup!“) Following a successful premier this past Monday in the Fiji capital of Suva, I’m proud to bring you the…View More Shark Hope
On Friday I had cause to meet with a gent called Marco Flagg and it turned into one of the more interesting chats I’ve had…View More Of great whites and great depths
By now you’ve no doubt noticed that international shark protections (well, at least legislative shark protections) are beginning to pile-up. It can be truly said…View More Fijians Hope Lives in “Shark Hope”
By now, you’ve probably seen coverage of the news from July 24 by MSNBC, and documented first-hand by my colleague John Bruno over at SeaMonster…View More Contextualize Your Outrage
Here we go again. Follow the link (or click image below) for special report by KTVU TV, Oakland, CA. For the full online chatter on…View More Shark Researcher Seeks New Permit For Controversial Tagging Procedure
So here we are in Mexico for the first of two Georgia Aquarium research trips this summer. This is the logistically simpler of the two,…View More Hello old friends