Loss of habitat and human activities such as fishing and shipping pose a grave threat to wildlife but diseases driven by the smallest organisms in the […]
Increasing opportunities for up-close encounters with sharks and other animals are making wildlife tourism one of the fastest growing tourism sectors – leading Australian ecology experts […]
Threatened inshore dolphins and other species need protecting from proposed industrial expansion in Exmouth Gulf – an unprotected habitat adjoining the UNESCO World Heritage Listed Ningaloo […]
Shark diving tourism is a growing industry estimated to be worth more than $25.5 million annually to regional economies around Australia. A new report has documented […]
Charlie Huveneers says diving with sharks is never boring. It’s a masterful understatement from the newly appointed shark ecologist at the Port Lincoln-based Lincoln Marine Science Centre.