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We Should Be Seeing More Sharks Inshore: An Interview with Choy Aming

Sharks are undoubtedly one of the ocean’s most well known predators. Humans are always startled by the few threats in the natural world that we have not overcome, and which still pose a danger to us, and as such, the interest and alarm over sharks is huge. Despite this fact, sharks are some of the least studied animals in the world for all of their fanfare. Many challenges come into play when trying to research the pelagic predators, and I…


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Bermuda Beasts: Barracuda

Probably a fish you'd hope to avoid when snorkeling or SCUBA diving, the barracuda has a reputation for being a bit of a stalker and thanks to their predator status and reputation for liking shiny things, the barracuda can be…


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When History Meets Luxury: Sandymount

A hidden gem of Bermuda, the restored former pirate fortress, Sandymount is Bermuda’s newest addition to the luxury vacation rental market. The two-and-a-half acre Bailey's Bay property sits on a peninsula encompassing a historic fort site that has unobstructed panoramic…


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Tourist in Your Own Town: Warwick Parish

Who knew there was so much do to in Warwick Parish? For both visitors to the island and locals too, there's plenty of natural splendor to be found in Warwick - here are some of our favorites.   1. Astwood…


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Bermuda Beasts: Ten Facts About Green Turtles

Where can you spot them? Anywhere in the coastal waters of Bermuda. Green turtles are most popularly found among sea grass beds, and can commonly be spotted off Clearwater Beach and Daniel’s Head.   Bermuda is the only place in…

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Shrimps, Swimming Crabs, and Suck Rocks: A Guide to Rockpooling in Bermuda

Take yourself down to the beach and catch a glimpse of the organisms on the shore with unique adaptations. The animals living here have to deal with one of the most dramatic changes of any habitat: the rise and fall…