The great barracuda is the largest member of the “baraccudas” family Sphyroenidae. It is found in the tropical waters of the world from the Red Sea and ear Africa to the Hawaiian Islands and the Tuamotu Archipelago.

The Galapagos Shark (Carcharhinus galapagensis) is a broad circumtropical distribution and is generally found associated with offshore islands and underwater seamounts.

The Yellowtail Kingfish (Seriola lalandi) is more commonly referred to as “kingfish” or “kingies” by fishers and divers, and is a member of the trevally and jacks family Carangidae.

Coelacanths were thought to have been extinct for the last 65 million years, until 1938 when a fisherman found one entangled in his net off the coast of South Africa. 1n 1997, a second species of coelacanth was found in a fish market in Indonesia, though their flesh is not good to eat as it [...]
Photography is a fantastic practice to help promote the need to save marine life – but aggressive photography, one that intrudes upon marine life’s welfare, can be detrimental to the oceans. Dr Richard Smith brings you 10 fantastic tips on photographing marine life 1. Pass on subjects that aren't easily accessible It’s not worth destroying [...]
Following Dr David Gruber’s discovery of the bio-fluorescent hawksbill sea turtles near the Solomon Islands, film-director Klaus Obermeyer was inspired to witness these special creatures himself. Together with a team of 45, Obermeyer began his mission to capture the bio-fluorescent turtles with Canon’s new ME20-SF low light camera. It was a gamble – these creatures [...]