1. Sponge and sea whip gardens, Sisters Rocks, Cape Surville, SE Tasmania

  2. Red Handfish (Thymichthys politus) from Tasmania, Australia - walking

  3. Giant Hooded Nudibranchs - Melibe leonina - British Columbia, Canada

  4. Spotted Handfish (Brachionichthys hirsutus) - Tasmania, Australia

  5. Spotted Ratfish or Chimaera - Hydrolagus colliei - British Columbia, Canada

  6. Reef Ocean Perch - Helicolenus percoides - Tasmania, Australia

  7. An inquisitive Harbor Seal - Phoca vitulina - British Columbia, Canada

  8. Draughboard Shark (Swell Shark) and egg case - Cephaloscyllium laticeps - Tasmania, Australia

  9. Maugean Skate (Zearaja maugeana) - an extremely rare fish endemic to Tasmania, Australia (A)

  10. Leafy Sea Dragon, South Australia - Phycodurus eques

  11. Tasmanian Giant Crab - Pseudocarcinus gigas - heaviest species of crab in the world

  12. Handfish from Tasmania, Australia - fish that walk!

  13. Unique marine life of Bathurst Channel, southwest Tasmania, Australia.

  14. Cathedral Cave dive highlights, Waterfall Bay, Tasmania, Australia.

  15. Southern Fiddler Ray in Pirates Bay, Tasman Penisula, Tasmania, Australia.

  16. Siphonophores (colonial jellyfish)

  17. Giant Pyrosome and Salps - pelagic sea squirts

  18. Scapa Flow WWI German ship wrecks, Orkney Islands, Scotland

  19. Ctenophores or Comb Jellyfish, Tasmania, Australia

  20. Diving with Weedy Sea Dragons, Tasmania, Australia

  21. Dive with Fur Seals, Tasmania, Australia

  22. Dive the wreck of SS Nord, Tasmania, Australia

  23. Dive the Giant Kelp Forest, Tasmania, Australia

  24. Dive Sponge Gardens, Tasmania, Australia

  25. Diving tour of Cathedral Cave, Tasman Peninsula, Tasmania, Australia