Week in Review: Selfies Have Killed More People Than Sharks, Shark Populations on the Rise, and More!
1. Selfies Have Killed More People Than Sharks According to recent statistics, this year more people have been killed in selfie-related incidents than shark attacks. The list of the selfie incidents are diverse and unique. The underlying message of this data is that although you need to be careful and aware of sharks, there […]
We were so proud to be part of Balinese SCUBA shops to reseed lost coral ecosystems on underwater Hindu statues. The reseeded corals are healthy, growing quickly, and fast becoming the foundation of a robust new marine community. The restored reef serves as a nursery for juvenile fish and will fund itself by attracting dive […]
That’s right everyone, today I’m heading off to Costa Rica to dive one of the most spectacular diving locations in the world- Cocos Island. Eight years ago, I went on my first SCUBA expedition to the Cayman Islands with many of the Sea Save members. The trip took me completely out of my […]
1. Icelandic Whale Meat Arrives in Japan Via New Route This week, the Arctic’s untraveled Northeast Passage saw some unfavorable activity. The first major cargo shipment of seafood passed through the passage but, it was hauling 1,800 tons of endangered fin whale meat. The ship took this route to avoid whaling protesters and ports that are closed […]