Peta King


Recent blog posts written by Peta King

Join us in Celebrating Earth Day, April 22, 2017

Join us in Celebrating Earth Day, April 22, 2017

20 April, 2017 at 8:58 pm Comments are Disabled

Throughout the year there are countless days to celebrate different causes and occasions – International Women’s Day, International Day of Happiness, International Day of Yoga, Yo-Yo day. One day that we want to draw your attention to is April 22. World Earth Day. “Earth Day Network’s mission is to diversify, […]

Read more ›
7 Facts About Plastic Bags that Will Change How You Use Them

7 Facts About Plastic Bags that Will Change How You Use Them

27 March, 2017 at 8:19 pm Comments are Disabled

There’s no denying that plastic bags are bad for the environment. It’s well researched and well documented – and yet 160,000 plastic bags are still used every second around the world. This needs to change, so we’ve put together some facts that will change the way you (and your friends) […]

Read more ›
Curious Facts About Crinoids

Curious Facts About Crinoids

22 March, 2017 at 8:27 pm Comments are Disabled

Recently we’ve shared a few videos of Crinoids floating freely through the ocean. They’re mesmerising to watch, and the videos we shared had you asking some questions about these curious creatures, so here are some interesting facts about Crinoids. They’re not starfish They are however, related to both starfish and echinoids. […]

Read more ›
Ayn Cando: PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor/Life-Changer

Ayn Cando: PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor/Life-Changer

21 March, 2017 at 7:38 pm Comments are Disabled

Every day, PADI Professionals change lives. They introduce people to the underwater world and give them a new perspective. Recently, Ayn Cando, became one of these life-changers. Here, she shares her story of becoming a PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor. For 10 years, the corporate world left me feeling empty, […]

Read more ›
7 Species of Sharks You Should Get to Know

7 Species of Sharks You Should Get to Know

9 March, 2017 at 7:09 pm Comments are Disabled

Over-fishing is driving sharks to the brink of extinction. In fact, many populations have seen a decline of up to 80%. Healthy oceans depend on healthy shark populations because they keep the marine food change in balance. Sharks grow slowly and produce few young – meaning they are incredibly vulnerable. The […]

Read more ›
Scuba Junkie Komodo’s Marine Week 2016

Scuba Junkie Komodo’s Marine Week 2016

23 February, 2017 at 6:32 pm Comments are Disabled

Scuba Junkie Komodo are dedicated to marine conservation and protecting the environment. So when they saw the opportunity to take their efforts further, they decided it had to be done. We asked the team a few questions about Marine Week, their week-long initiative to bring marine conservation to the forefront […]

Read more ›