In the heart of the Coral Triangle, the Philippines is home to a greater diversity of marine species than anywhere else in the world. But with more than islands, where should dive travelers begin? Diving the P.
Humpback whale 'lobtailing' in Chatham Strait. The whale brings its tail down hard on the surface of the water - a sound that can be heard for a distance of several hundred metres underwater. Taken by kayaking photographer Duncan Murrell
LEAFY SEA DRAGON FACT: These creatures have adapted some of the most ornate and effective camouflage of any creature on the planet. These striking sea horse relatives are found only in the drifting seaweed and undersea forests of Australia.
THE GREAT WHITE "I've always admired sharks as they have a dimension of intelligence that is unique to that animal, especially a great white shark. A great white shark has this organ called ampullae of Lorenzini, and that can actually detect electromagnet