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OUR-WORLD UNDERWATER SCHOLAR: Australia’s Neptune Islands

Sitting south of Port Lincoln in the Great Australian Bight, the Neptune Islands look like freckles on the face of a haphazard sea. A...

OUR-WORLD UNDERWATER SCHOLAR: Lembeh Straits

Lembeh, North Sulawesi, Indonesia. The Mecca for macro. I came to this haven for the craziest-looking creatures in the sea with the fantastic photographer...

Data from the deep – scientific expedition with Sonia Rowley

Our-World Underwater Scholar Mae Dorricott reports from an expedition to Pohnpei to work with renowned biologist Sonia Rowley   With my face glued to the car...

OUR-WORLD UNDERWATER SCHOLAR: Fish wrangling with the masterful Mustard

Have you ever watched storm chasers? Where thrill-seekers chase, and get ridiculously close to mesmerising and dangerous tornados? Well, that is what was going...

OUR-WORLD UNDERWATER SCHOLAR: Floating in the Ambience

Opening the delivery box, I’m faced with the yellow shell of a complex-looking machine, the AP Evolution rebreather unit. This was to be my...

OUR-WORLD UNDERWATER SCHOLAR: Mae Dorricott, memoires of a mermaid

Let me introduce myself; my name is Mae Dorricott, from a little village in the North West of England, and I’ve always had a...

OUR-WORLD UNDERWATER SCHOLAR: Cave and island paradise

  Towards the end of my year as the Scholar, the diving adventures keep getting more and more exciting. Last month, I was invited to...

OUR-WORLD UNDERWATER SCHOLAR: Patagonian cold-water corals

Our-World Underwater Scholar Felix Butschek: The latest adventure of my Scholarship year was entirely focused on science and exploration. For my latest adventure as the Our-World Underwater...
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