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Great White shark, Seal Island, False Bay

General NewsPosted on: Thursday, 18 December 2014

Going Green

written by Fiona McLellan

Here is my story about our change from plastic bags to natural, chemical -free and biodegradable sandwich bags. Apex Shark Expeditions used to use clear plastic sandwich bags for individual complimentary sandwiches for our guests each trip. Wit...

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Chris & Monique Fallows bush walking with John Stevens in Mana Pools National Park.

Trip ReportsPosted on: Friday, 12 December 2014

Mana Pools Safari Company

written by Monique Fallows

Bush Walking with John Stevens October 2014 Once you have chosen the wildlife destination you wish to visit, the next most important decision of your trip will be selecting the eco-tourism company and the guide who will guiding you on this wildl...

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A desert elephant in Kaokaland, Namibia.

Trip ReportsPosted on: Thursday, 11 December 2014

The Desert Wildlife, Kaokaland, Namibia

written by Monique Fallows

November 2014 Truly wild adventures are particularly difficult to have nowadays but spending time looking for desert wildlife in Kaokaland in North West Namibia is just that. This area is not a National Park, but rather a conservancy area where...

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Elephants in Mana Pools National Park, Zimbabwe

Trip ReportsPosted on: Monday, 8 December 2014

An Elephant Love Story

written by Monique Fallows

October 2014 This may sound like an odd title to a blog, but its true, this is something of a love story and about how we have reached a deeper understanding and appreciation for elephants over the last two years. I have been spending at least tw...

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Trip ReportsPosted on: Monday, 8 December 2014

Mana Pools National Park, Zimbabwe

written by Monique Fallows

October 2014If you think you have done just about everything in the African Bush you are mistaken if you have not yet had the privilege of spending time in Mana Pools. This Zimbabwean National Park is located in the Zambezi Valley along the mighty...

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General NewsPosted on: Wednesday, 26 November 2014

Acoustic Tag Problems

written by Unknown

Far Reaching Effects of Acoustic Tags We recently came across this interesting article that highlights significant effects from the use of acoustic tagging. The fact that the seals seem to have honed in on these tags so readily does lead to the q...

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Chris Fallows in the WASP in New Zealand for Fin of Fury

Shark BytesPosted on: Monday, 1 September 2014

August 2014 Shark Bytes

written by Monique Fallows

Dear Shark Lovers, I am very happy to report that we have managed to survive through August and as of right now we still have a number of Great White Sharks present at Seal Island.This is great news as I really thought there was a chance whilst...

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The Cape Fur Seals on Seal Island, False Bay in Cape Town.

Shark BytesPosted on: Saturday, 2 August 2014

July 2014 Shark Bytes

written by Monique Fallows

Dear Shark Lovers, I must have jinxed Seal Island when I wrote about having our best June ever! In future I think I shall be very careful about being over excited as this July has certainly had its ups and downs and perhaps one of our slowest J...

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A Great White shark in New Zealand.

DocumentariesPosted on: Monday, 28 July 2014

My Time with "Fred"

written by Chris Fallows

Just across the Foveaux Strait which separates New Zealands South Island from the much smaller Stewart Island lies a tiny group of islands known as the Titi ( mutton bird or Sooty Shearwater) islands and amongst these is Edwards island. Why this i...

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Great White Shark predation at Seal Island, False Bay

Shark BytesPosted on: Tuesday, 1 July 2014

June 2014 Shark Bytes

written by Monique Fallows

Dear Shark Lovers Greeting from an absolutely incredible month at Seal Island and probably our best month of June in our Seal Island history. It certainly does not get better than up to 20 meters water visibility, high numbers of sharks around ...

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