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There’s no doubt that the whale shark is not only one of the most charismatic marine species in the world, but also that it is one of the dive community’s very...

Mantis shrimp, particularly the more colorful varieties like the peacock mantis, are popular subjects for underwater photographers and are welcome sights on dives throughout the Indian and Pacific Oceans. Usually seen...

From the Philippines to Micronesia, lionfish are a common sight throughout the Indo-Pacific, where their delicate beauty and charismatic nature have made them firm favorites for divers and underwater photographers alike....

When I arrived in Denpasar at the end of last year, my expectations for diving Indonesia were huge- both metaphorically and literally. All of the dive sites on my Indonesian wish...

Wakatobi! The word sounds like you might be calling out an cry of emotion in a foreign language. But really Wakatobi is something absolutely spectacular: a diving treasure, in fact. Considered...

Imagine a sprinkling of lush islands that embody a healthy natural landscape. The islands are accessorized by white sandy beaches, towering volcanoes and a biodiversity that is held sacred. Framed by...

One of the first books I ever fell in love with was a story about two boys who travelled to one of the wildest and most remote places on earth, the...

You can’t get any richer than Raja Ampat. At least that is what many scientists believe when it comes to marine life. Out of all of the various regions of underwater...

Floating by you is a Juvenile Batfish, gliding through the water as a dry land bat flies through the air. To your left you see what at first looks like a...