Travel in South Africa The “Rainbow” Nation

South Africa, the “rainbow” nation, is a magical place, by the intense colors, boundless territories (as big as Italy, France, Belgium and Germany combined) and changing. The rivers, lakes, waterfalls, the burning deserts, the mountains sometimes covered with snow, the savannahs, the subtropical forests and the oceanic coasts make it… Continue reading

You’re Cool Dad! Marine Biology

PREFACE Today we present the shot “You’re cool dad!” depicting a male specimen of Apogon imberbis, during the seasonal hatching of the eggs. The picture was taken in July, in plain summer, when these colorful fishes culminate their breeding season with the male specimens that brood & protect the eggs… Continue reading

Guylian Seahorses of the World Photography Competition 2018 Project Seahorse

Have you seen a seahorse in the wild? Were you lucky enough to capture an amazing photograph or video? Join us in celebrating the 7th edition of the GuylianSeahorses of the World Photography and Video Competition by submitting your amazing seahorse snapshot or video. Every two years, our loyal partner… Continue reading

THE SHOOTOUT 2018 Live Reports

  DAY 1 The Shootout has begun! Two teams have now gathered and spent the first day practising and honing their skills. The first competition round challenges the participants to capture creative and captivating images of nudibranchs. Both resorts have large numbers of these charismatic animals, making them ideal venues.… Continue reading

Marine conservation in the Gulf of Thailand Marine Biology

The Gulf of Thailand is weird little bit of water. It constitutes only 0.001% of the Pacific Ocean, but is feeding millions of people in Cambodia, Vietnam and Thailand by providing food and income through tourism. It’s also very young. It was formed roughly 10,000 years ago, when water from… Continue reading

An Anomaly of Nature: Tiger Sharks in Honokohau, Hawaii Marine Biology

Another summer day in Hawaii begins with the sun cresting over the ridge of Mauna Loa. Inside Honokohau harbor, the busiest harbor on the Big Island of Hawaii, numerous commercial and recreational vessels begin their preparations for their day’s activities on the ocean. The sea is calm and the air… Continue reading

Costa Smeralda Prize To Sandro Carniel's book "Oceani, il futuro scritto nell'acqua"

Congratulations to Scubashooters Scientific Director, Sandro Carniel! His last “pop-science” book “Oceani, il futuro scritto nell’acqua” (Hoepli ed.) was awarded the Costa Smeralda Prize (Premio Costa Smeralda), sponsored by the Consorzio Costa Smeralda, within the “essay” category during a public cerimony held at the Porto Cervo tennis club (Sardinia), last April 28th.… Continue reading

Astrospartus Marine Biology

Imagine diving yourself in a dark, gloomy environment, perhaps enlightened only by some pale ray of moonlight… light with your torch and suddenly there appears a curious animal with unusual appearance… think of the dismay and restlessness that it might assail you if you did not know that the cluster… Continue reading