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Furious, glorious

Appeared in DIVER March 2008
So what is white shark cage-diving really like Brandon Cole calls in from Mexico
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The world's richest sharks

Richard Peirce's diver teams have been seeking sharks in the Arabian Gulf - and have been surprised by what they're finding
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Specialities of the house

Appeared in DIVER June 2009
Short-haul dive destinations are not known for their smack-in-your-face wildlife opportunities, but Tenerife bucks that trend, says Gavin Parsons
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Mako break

Appeared in DIVER June 2009
When you move to New Zealand, your first question is, of course, where can I dive with big, unpredictable sharks? Shane Wasik quickly finds his answer
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Tiger kiss

Appeared in DIVER June 2009
The stripy denizens of Aliwal Shoal provide one of divings great experiences - but you play by their rules, says Martin Strmiska
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Whale of a time

Appeared in DIVER June 2009
This whale shark recently won Bob Soames the Photosub Digital Image 2009 prize
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Hit the Hot-Spots

This year many of you will want to dive with sharks, right? What you don't want is to splash out on a trip only to find that the sharks have gone elsewhere. John Bantin outlines the best places to find our favourite tropical shark species - and how to make a positive ID
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Whale of a day

Last year the talk in the northern Red Sea was of oceanic reef shark sightings - this year the excitement has revolved around whale sharks and baitballs. Pash Baker reports, pictures by Gareth Millson
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Chasing a tail

Appeared in DIVER August 2008
Thresher sharks in your sights Head for Malapascua in the Philippines, thats Franco Banfis advice
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Big Tracy gets around

Appeared in DIVER August 2008
That British waters are home to the worlds second-biggest sharks is not news, but the basking sharks off our coasts have recently given up a big secret, says Hannah Cleaver
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Tiger joy

The latest big animal project from freediving photo-journalist Frederic Buyle reveals the true nature of South Africas tiger sharks
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Ningaloo a-go-go-go

Appeared in DIVER March 2008
Restaurants may not be cheap, but with all the grub they dish up on the day-boats in this remote part of Australia, who cares? Mind you, stuffing your face is the least of the pleasures on offer for divers who make it to Ningaloo. Louisa Butler jumps out of her campervan and into the eastern Indian Ocean, while Adam Butler brings along the camera.
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The walking shark

Appeared in DIVER December 2007
A shark that goes for a stroll, how outlandish is that Yet such creatures do exist - 100 hours flying time from the UK. Photographer Alex Mustard describes the quest that forms part of his new book of spectacular underwater images, Reefs Revealed
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Lords of Neptune

Appeared in DIVER December 2007
There's cage-diving and there's cage-diving. In one part of southern Australia, the great white shark encounters on offer to visiting divers are like no others in the world. David Pearlman reports
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Project sharkwatch

Appeared in DIVER November 2007
Cage-diving with porbeagle sharks off Cornwall is quite a challenge - but it can be done, declares Richard Peirce, following a revealing expedition this summer
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Shark week

Appeared in DIVER September 2007
Its a chance for Palau in Micronesia to showcase not only its shark diving but its shark-conservation efforts - not to mention its war wrecks, caves, stingless jellyfish... Chris Boardman went along for a rip-roaring ride
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Big surprise

Craig Nelson was on hand with his camera when the whale shark blew into Ras Mohammed
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Shark glory

It will soon be time to start posting your prize-winning shark images, as the Shark Trust and DIVER search for the best of the best - and someone must win two free tickets to the Maldives!
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Cage-diving with a clear conscience

Appeared in DIVER June 2007
Fancy diving with great white sharks separated only by a few metal bars? Concerned that such activity may be classed as irresponsible? Craig Ferreira has dived with more white sharks than many of us have done dives, and sees it differently. Images by Jeff Rotman
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A game of tag

Appeared in DIVER April 2007
If you decide to go on an expedition, don't expect it to be all fun and games. That's John Bantin's advice, following a whale-shark trip to Tanzania that was certainly no holiday
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Wild coast calendar

Appeared in DIVER March 2007
South Africa can offer some of the most exciting shark and other big-animal diving in the world. Planning a trip this year Top underwater photographer Franco Banfi explains in pictures wh...

What sh-sh-shark

Appeared in DIVER March 2007
People get worried about sharks for all the wrong reasons, says Pacific diving veteran Bob Halstead

Great white hope

Appeared in DIVER March 2007
As Fabien Cousteau wrestles with his shark replicant off Mexico, off South Africa's Cape other famous divers have started using a different type of sub to mingle with white sharks. Kurt A...

Troy dive

Appeared in DIVER March 2007
He's Jacques Cousteau's grandson, he started diving at four and he has just spent 100 hours driving a temperamental robo-shark submarine in search of great whites. Fabien Cousteau tells N...

Lunching with ladies

Appeared in DIVER March 2007
You thought tiger sharks were scary Not so, says Stephen Judd, who has been diving with the residents of Aliwal Shoal in South Africa - and if you want to get up really close, dress in ye...

On being human bait

Appeared in DIVER March 2007
The Greenland shark is one of the most mysterious of sea creatures, and Dr Chris Harvey-Clark is one of the researcher-divers who is starting to uncover some of its secrets. He explains w...

A tale of two fishes

Appeared in DIVER November 2006
Marine biologist Sarah Curran got even more than she bargained for when she went snorkelling with giant manta rays on Ningaloo Reef. Manta picture by John Bantin, tiger shark pictures by ...

Understanding Sharks by Erich Ritter

Appeared in DIVER September 2006

Reality check in the Bahamas

From sharks and dolphins to blue holes and 007's leftovers, the Bahamas has plenty of unique selling points to offer divers on a round-the-islands tour. But remember, reality doesn't alwa...

IMAX film embraces wonders of sharks

A giant-screen IMAX 3D film, which brings viewers up close to some of the worlds most exciting marine creatures, is being launched around the world.

Sharks & Rays, The Ultimate Guide to Underwater Predators, Harper Collins

Sharks & Rays, The Ultimate Guide to Underwater Predators, Harper Collins

The sharks of Protea Banks

By mid-summer the waters of South Africa's Protea Banks are thick with sharks: schooling hammerheads, tigers, Zambezies, guitar sharks, sand tigers, coppers, duskies, sandbars and even gr...

The GREATEST PREDATOR of ALL

Twelve readers have been taking part in the Diver Full Circle Expedition, the round trip of a lifetime to 10 top-notch diving destinations around the world. This is the first of three rep...

The great white debait

OK, we've watched Celebrity Shark Bait on TV and, gasps of amazement, the celebs didn't get eaten and want to do it again! But is cage-diving responsible for an increase in deaths among o...