We’ve been a bit absent lately cos we’ve been working our little bums off getting ready for the Scarborough Sunset Markets! ✨🥥🌿☀️🐋💚
We are super excited to announce that for the next 3 weeks you’ll find us at the Scarborough markets on Thursday’s from 5-9, come down and say hey 😇💙 And yes these two are going to be here with me 🐶😋
Sifting through old holiday snaps from the year. Diving with a school of Bumphead parrotfish. Trying to swim against the current to keep up with it, as it just casually cruises without any effort. It can grow up to 130 cm and can weigh about 49kg! They can grow up to 40 years old. adult humphead parrotfish, which are estimated to consume five to six tonnes of coral each year, produce substantial amounts of sediment and influence the structure of coral reefs -playing an important role in the coral reef ecosystem #bumpheadparrotfish#diving#sipadan#borneo#marinelife#scubadiving @scubajunkiemabul
Obstacles do not block the path, they are the path.
📷: @galen.neil via @divingpassport
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Plastic pollution has sadly become synonymous with all of our favourite coastal activities - from surfing to swimming, beach holidays to wildlife watching - it is simply an expected part of our experience. But one that we should not, and do not, accept. This Video is how ALL BEACHES SHOULD BE. It would be great if anyone could share awareness 🌍🐬
Did you know?!💡
Blacktip reef sharks have extremely small home ranges and exhibit strong site fidelity, remaining within the same local area for up to several years at a time. Most of them are found over reef ledges and sandy flats. This shark is used for its meat, fins, and liver oil, but is not considered to be a commercially significant species. The International Union for Conservation of Nature has assessed the blacktip reef shark as Near Threatened. Although the species as a whole remains widespread and relatively common, overfishing of this slow-reproducing shark has led to its decline at a number of locales🦈
I interrupt your zombie like scrolling through food, fashion and fun filled feeds for this depressing announcement. we did this. What a sad, shameful waste. And 6 kilos of it - all plastics. Please read on. #Repost @theeconomist
The stomach contents of a dead whale, which was washed up near Kapota Island in the Wakatobi National Park, Indonesia. This slideshow shows park officials examining the whale on November 20th 2018.
Its stomach was found to contain nearly 6kg (13lbs) of plastic waste, including:
hard plastic - 19 pieces, 140g
plastic bottles - 4 pieces, 150g
plastic bags - 25 pieces, 260g
flip-flops - 2 pieces, 270g
plastic cups - 115 pieces, 750g
pieces of string - 3.26kg
Credit: Reuters/Kartika Sumolang #whale#environment#Indonesia#plasticpollution#plastic#sea#wildlife
This was one of those days at #sailrock , where everywhere you looked was another massive school of #barracuda . These ones at #pickhandlebarracuda , each one well over a meter long. Super impressive sight, makes me wish I had a wide angle lens!
Shot on my #canonS110 with natural lighting at Sail Rock, Gulf of Thailand @bigbluediving #amazingthailand
📍 Mediterrâneo, próximo à Grécia.
O oceano tem VIDA, FLORESTAS, HISTÓRIA!
➡️ Relaxando só de assistir e lembrar... 🤗
Aquele dive devagarinho, só você e seu dupla na área, no ritmo dos peixes✌️🐟
➡️ Esse mergulhador me recebeu como um pai em sua casa, exploramos o mar enquanto suas filhas faziam snorkel acima de nós ❤️
O oceano é o amor comum que une desconhecidos.