Popularly known as ‘leafies’ the leafy seadragon is part of the Syngnathidae family, which also includes seahorses and pipefish.
Frogfish are found in nearly all tropical and subtropical oceans over the world.
We quickly descended to 90 feet. The current was strong as always at the Cantarel Wall, and since we had to make sure we didn’t move an inch away from this spot during the whole dive, everybody took their time to assume the most comfortable and well-protected position at the bottom.
The gas flame nudibranch is a unique specimen to behold if you happen to ever get the chance to come across one.
Michael Fishbach, co-founder of The Great Whale Conservancy (GWC), narrates his encounter with a young humpback whale entangled in local fishing nets.
The bright dark blue and silver body distinguishes this species. The cerata are elevated on three cushions per side of the body.
Andrea Marshall talks about discovering a second species of giant manta ray. Working from a remote part of Mozambique for the last five years she has come across a discovery which changes the way we see giant mantas completely.
The Hagfish is a unique fish that can literally tie itself into a knot to rid itself of it’s excess slime.
The Pacific Angel Shark looks something like a squashed shark mixed with a ray. This type of shark spends a majority of it’s time on the sea floor, not moving for days, as it is an ambush predator.
The species was not known to exist before 2005, when it was first scientifically described.