This amazing footage has been shot by Arvil Price while cage diving in Guadalupe, Mexico. A female great white shark began chomping on his cage. It’s possible to feel the adrenaline that was in the water at the moment of the dive.
Scientist Mark Norman is the first to have studied the octopus and he has called it the Mimic Octopus. It was first observed by fishermen in Indonesia in the early nineties. Mark Norman is expaining here a few facts about the most intelligent octopus.
This picture of manta rays swimming over a reef with anemone, in Male Atol, Maldives, was chosen as picture of the day in National Geographic “Your Shot” and was published on Jul 16th, 2010 Link to NatGeo page In the image below, together …
8 pages portfolio in ScubaDiver AustralAsia Magazine (based in Singapore) – June 2010
6 pages pink dolphins article in the Canadian Diver Magazine – June 2010
The pink dolphins picture has been published in the Israeli edition of the National Geographic magazine – May 2010
For the BBC, Sir David Attenborough looks into the reasons why sharks are among the most successful predators in the oceans and on the planet at all.
This picture of manta rays shot in the Maldives, was published as wallpaper to download in the National Geographic website Link to NatGeo page