Singapore, also known as the Gateway to Asia, is a well-established transit point for those coming from Europe, the Americas and the Middle East and travelling to Asia, it’s also a midway point for those travelling around Asia itself. Whilst South East Asia is known for having some of the […]Read more ›
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These seven small species just got to show that size definitely isn’t everything! Here we take a look at our top picks when it comes to underwater macro photography and why these are our favorites. All photos by Sarah Wormald Pontohi Pygmy Seahorse Pontohi pygmy seahorses (Hippocampus pontohi) are one […]Read more ›
If you’re looking to add a little more meaning to your next vacation, why not include a volunteer project? There are countless volunteering opportunities that you can choose from and you’ll find them in almost every part of the world. Volunteer projects vary considerably and the role you’ll play will […]Read more ›
Words and Photos by Dr. Erika Sullivan, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine & PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor Dr. Erika Sullivan was born in Canada and has been passionate for ocean conservation since she was young. Advocating for animals in particular since graduating as a veterinarian in 2005, Erika currently works full-time […]Read more ›
It only comes around every four years, but the Olympics bring out the fastest, strongest, and most dominant forces on Earth to compete for the top spot on the podium. When it comes to underwater Olympics, we nominate these five sea creatures to bring home the gold as the Final Five of the […]Read more ›
Sea creatures form friendships from the least likely of pairings as underwater relationships provide symbiotic benefits to both animals. Crabs and Sea Anemones Crabs choose to partner up with poisonous sea anemones by either holding them like weapons to fend off predators or attaching them to the tops of […]Read more ›