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‘The Soul of an Octopus’ by Sy Montgomery

The Soul of an Octopus is more than just a science book. It is a rich exploration of one of Earth’s most intelligent and elusive animals: the octopus. Sy Montgomery is a naturalist and author and has been involved in… Continue Reading →

‘Ask an Ocean Explorer’ by Dr Jon Copley

‘Ask an Ocean Explorer’ is a vibrant insight into the life of a deep-sea biologist. Written by scientific adviser of the critically acclaimed Blue Planet II, this book answers questions often asked by ocean lovers. Questions such as ‘how do… Continue Reading →

‘Mapping the Deep’ by Robert Kunzig

When I began my search for the most influential books for aspiring marine biologists, ‘Mapping the Deep’ by Robert Kunzig was one of the most frequently recommended. And as I turned the final page of Kunzig’s extensive account of the… Continue Reading →

Sharks of Lost Island – Exploring the Pitcairn Islands

The Pitcairn archipelago is a group of small, isolated islands in the southern Pacific Ocean. The four islands – Pitcairn, Henderson, Ducie and Oeno – are the only Pacific Ocean British Overseas Territory and have a combined land area of… Continue Reading →

Animal Episode 4: Octopus – A Missed Opportunity?

Animal is a 2021 Netflix nature documentary showcasing a range of animals from all around the globe. After exploring the worlds of big cats, dogs, and marsupials, the series turns its attention to the world’s most intelligent invertebrate: the octopus…. Continue Reading →

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