Sat, 5 March 2016
It seems like only yesterday we jumped in the water with Oceanic Whitetip Sharks at night without a cage for the first time. It was nerve-racking at first... but then the unexpected.
Find out more in this episode of the Shark Task Force.
Remember, for the complete story of the Oceanic Whitetip Shark - check out Guy Harvey Expeditions on iTunes.
The Shark Task Force, why wait a whole year, for just one week on sharks?
Thu, 3 March 2016
Over the years we've spent a lot of time in the water with the Oceanic Whitetip Shark. Here are two great ways to find out more about this shark - 1 - head over to GHRITracking.org (soon to be an iPhone and android app) and look at all the tracks for the oceanic.
2 - if you want to get more "in-depth" - check out Guy Harvey Expeditions - The Oceanic Whitetip Shark - right here on iTunes. It's five years of expeditions packed in to one-half hour... the $1.99 goes to the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation.
As you find out more about these sharks - it's incredible to think that at one time they were the most prolific animal on the planet over 100 pounds. A sad statement on overfishing.
We'll see you next time on the Shark Task Force, because, why wait a whole year, for just one week on sharks?
Tue, 1 March 2016
This March, the Shark Task Force invites you to celebrate sharks! Join us as we update you on our work - and where we've been.
Take part by downloading episodes we've produced over the past ten years - or simply download a Guy Harvey Expedition on iTunes. You'll find episodes on the Mighty Mako, the curious Oceanic Whitetip Shark and the Tiger Shark... plus there's Sharks of North America - a look at a wide variety of sharks.
The Shark Task Force, because - why wait a whole year, for just one week on sharks?