Tony Wu is a multiple winner at the Natural History Museum’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year awards, most well known for his work underwater with whales and other cetaceans.
- Tony’s terrifying experience with a sperm whale that changed the course of his life
- An underwater phenomenon that he is the only person on Earth to ever document
- Mass gatherings of whales
- Swimming with orcas
- Conservation issues affecting the future of the gentle giants.
Please check out and support Tony’s work:
Sources for topics discussed:
9/11 ship noise / right whales: https://bit.ly/2LopC5C
Sound disturbance / humpback whales: https://bit.ly/2M5pEAQ
‘War of the Whales’ book: https://amzn.to/2LreFjS
Photographers Against Wildlife Crime: https://bit.ly/2yNT6HZ
Insects gone? / windshield phenomenon: https://bit.ly/2qrOmnr
Whitespotted bamboo shark mating: https://bit.ly/1nJGkL8
The Problem of Garbage in the Oceans: https://bit.ly/2kTTVpT
Puffin beaks and UV light: https://bit.ly/2r7u5Bs