Southern Stingray (Dasyatis americana) The southern stingray is one of the more common stingray species along the Atlantic coast of the United States. The tail of this species carries one or two sharp spines, which can deliver a powerful toxic sting. This ray is a bottom feeder, and is often found buried in the sand along the ocean floor.
Migaloo, Aboriginal for ‘white fella', is the only known all-white humpback whale in the world. Marc had photographed him at sea level but knew that the way to get the perfect portrait would be from the air. " I clicked the shutter as Migaloo took one last breath and disappeared like a giant ghost into the depths."