Aloha fellow bad ass Girls in Ocean Science! My name is Kayleigh Grant and I am a shark naturalist, shark safety diver, and shark conservationist with One Ocean Diving in Haleiwa, Hawaii. I am blessed to work in the water with sharks every day
Shark diver. Stunt woman. Environmentalist. Today on Shark Week Presents, we chat to Liz Parkinson (if you’re not already following her shark filled instagram then go. do. it. now.) Keep reading to find out how her love affair with sharks began and what it’s like to be an advocate for some of the ocean’s top predators…
Today on Shark Week Presents, we catch up with shark scientist and PhD student Katy Ayres. Continue reading for Katy’s journey into marine biology and to discover how drones can be used in marine research.
Today on Shark Week Presents we’ve got another badass woman in shark science for you! Introducing Melissa Marquez, shark biologist, PhD student and podcaster. Keep reading to find out why sharks are a misunderstood predator and what it’s like to be bitten by a crocodile…
Many cosmetics manufacturers guarantee that their products are cruelty-free. However, there still is an ugly truth behind many beauty and skincare products. People may not know that numerous cosmetics contain animal-derived ingredients, one being Squalene.
It’s finally Shark Week! This week social media and TV will be saturated with images and videos that portray sharks in a very specific way; as a fearsome creature of the sea.
Hannah Rudd is an ambitious marine biologist, and can’t wait to share her story with you!
This week we chat with the wonderful Kirsty Magson who spends her days swimming with whale sharks, helping rescue turtles, restoring coral and educating people about the ocean.