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Solomon Islands

Solomon Islands — Diving New Georgia

X-Ray Magazine article |  
Like a series of random punctuation marks, the many islands of the Solomons archipelago lay along the southern section of the Pacific Ring of Fire, in between the countries of Papua New Guinea to the north, and Vanuatu to the south.
58 - Jan 2014 | Diving New Georgia

Resort's capture of dolphins may drive species closer to extinction

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An animal rights group in Singapore has released a video as part of its campaign to get 25 wild-caught dolphins released back into the wild.

Solomon Islands

X-Ray Magazine article |  
I’m nervous. That’s not an unusual feeling for me when embarking on a challenging dive, yet I am in only two metres of water, the sea is flat calm, and there is no current to impede my progress at all. Indeed, the source of my apprehension lies just beyond the tunnel that I’m cautiously making my way through. I will soon emerge into a shallow pool known as Mirror Pond, and it is here that saltwater crocodiles are frequently sighted.

Solomons - The Spirit of Morovo

X-Ray Magazine article |  
A dark cloud developed ahead of me. Curious, I swam nearer to investigate. The cloud billowed getting bigger and darker. Inside flashes of silver struck like a highveld thunderstorm. The cloud undulated with tumultuous movement. It was massive. As it twisted towards me I made out the characteristic shape of barracudas—the long sleek body, dark chevron markings and the mean looking straight jaw line. Thousands and thousands of barracuda were swimming together in tight synchronized formation.
14 - Dec 2006 | The Spirit of Morovo
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