Diving with Catsharks – Discover UK Seas with BSAC Episode 1

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Exploring the kelp beds of the Devon coast in the southwest of the UK, marine scientist and BSAC diver Charlie goes in search of small-spotted catsharks and touches on some of the biology that makes them unique. Whilst small-spotted catsharks (sometimes known as dogfish) are a relatively common sight around the British Isles, they are nonetheless a wonderful species to encounter whilst scuba diving.

This is the first episode in a series of videos about the wonders of scuba diving and snorkelling in the UK.

Presenter: Charlie Young (https://instagram.com/ocean_magpie)

Topside/underwater camera and edit: Ollie Velasco (https://instagram.com/ollievelasco)

BSAC clubs have built up years of experience of where to find interesting critters like catsharks – learn more about joining and find your nearest club at https://bsac.com/joinus.



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