Cape Town (CNN) – From above, it’s like an oil spill that spans across the ocean. It has been called the “Greatest Shoal in the World” and it’s one of the world’s largest biomass moves.
Along the east coast of South Africa, between May and July, billions of reptiles travel by boat to Mozambique. They chase predators from sharks to whales, whales and even humans.
Equipped with a GoPro camera and a 360 camera, she swam under the big black fish to shoot the incredible variety of sea creatures that captivated her. She believes her images can help people appreciate the oceanic ecosystem of fish that seem to have no visions like the Pacific.
“I know from looking at the beauty of whaling and the underwater world, people are beginning to understand how everything is connected,” Neale told CNN. “From seeing fish as just a food source to seeing fish as an important part of the whole seafood chain and how so many fish live in the sea.”
Protect the ocean
“The reason it’s so important to manage our fisheries well is because if we do that, we can go fishing forever,” Sink told CNN. “In a world of increasing pressure and an increasing ocean industry, and at a time of climate change where there is a lot of uncertainty, we must do everything we can to have a healthy ocean and healthy fish.”
Neale agrees wholeheartedly. “You protect what you love,” she said. The ocean is what I love the most. ”
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