Issue Eight

The billion $ shark £10

What’s in this issue: Captivating storytelling. Beautiful imagery. World-class writers and photographers combine to bring the wonder of our blue planet to life and highlight some of the biggest threats it currently faces. Scroll down to leaf through a selection of this issue’s pages, followed by synopses of our editorial features and columns.

Prefer digital? Click here.

SKU: OCN-0009 Categories: ,

Shipping details

All orders shipped from the UK. Postage prices vary depending on shipping destination. Delivery times may be impacted by the global pandemic. EU customers may have to pay an additional Customs charge on deliveries after July 1st, 2021.

What’s in ISSUE EIGHT?


Shark biologist and freediver Riley Elliott reveals his personal shark story, his connection with mako sharks and why it is critical the species achieves increased protection at the upcoming CITES conference.


As the amount of micro and nanoplastics in the ocean rises, what impact is this having on whale populations? A team of scientists and researchers set sail in the North Atlantic to find out.


The Barbados Sea Turtle Project has been running for more than 30 years, its team working to protect foraging and resident sea turtles from myriad dangers. As an endangered and keystone species, what more needs to be done to protect them?


A personal account of a recent multidisciplinary expedition to the most plastic-polluted island in the world, in the recently- formed Pitcairn Island Marine Reserve. What does the future hold for the protected Henderson Island, and can it be cleaned-up?


After a 70-90% population decline towards the end of the last century due to overfishing, sand tiger shark numbers continue to recover along the east coast of the US. In North Carolina, species recovery is particularly strong. Why?

behind the lens (in association with sealegacy)

Each issue, we chat with one of the world’s leading ocean photographers and showcase a selection of their work. In this edition, we meet Brazilian photographer and SeaLegacy Collective member, Luciano Candisani.


  • Freediver and founder of I AM WATER, Hanli Prinsloo, looks at the nature of sharks and how each species is unique from the next. That variety, she says, should be celebrated and enjoyed.
  • Shark Week presenter and Veterans for Wildlife director, James Glancy, talks about his connection with sharks, the critical role they play in ocean health and his hopes for better protection.
  • The team at Project AWARE, Oceanographic’s primary charity partner, discuss how community and collaboration are critical to claiming victories for the ocean and the species that inhabit it.
Browse previous issues here.


We donate 20% of our profits to ocean conservation, supporting the amazing work being done by our partner charities. It is a promise we are proud of.

Read more