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Co-Existence was inspired by the attitude of many ocean players, who despite being the most at risk of attack, have a sound appreciation and respect for sharks and thier importance to the ocean they share with them.

Co-Existence will be initiating and assisting campaigns which support and encourage this ethos in the wider realm of marine conservation. For more information please visit, or you can follow these efforts on the Co-Existence Facebook page.


Stickers are now available of the Co-Existence logo to get your hands on for £1, and are suitable to go on boards, air tanks, windows, laptops - anywhere! They're 25cm long, available in black or white, with every pound going into the Co-Existence fund and put towards projects. You can add as many stickers as you like onto your Dorsal order in the checkout area.

You are of course more than welcome to buy stickers on their own if you'd prefer, but a postage cost will be applicable. Please just email me and we can sort it out.

If you'd like to help sell some stickers (eg, a shop owner) then please get in touch and we can make a plan!

Dorsal is currently gathering funds to donate to Alison Kock's multi-faceted research in False Bay, which forms part of the Save our Seas family of projects.

Main Aims:
- to provide current scientific information on white shark abundance, distribution and behavioural patters from their population in Cape Town, South Africa.
- to provide a thorough understanding of their ecological needs to ensure that protection and management measures are up-to-date and effective.

Importantly, funding to Alison also goes in part towards Cape Town's shark spotter programme which replaces the destructive shark net situation taken on by other cities.

MWSRP is a registered charity (no. 1130369) that exists to conduct research, foster community-based conservation initiatives and icnrease awareness of whale sharks throughout the Maldives and the Indian Ocean, whilst also assisting the government in developing the South Ari Marine Protected Area.

Through their pioneering research, they hope not only to improve nation protection, but also design effective protection on an international level.

Dorsal has done pro-bono design work for MWSRP after meeting them in the Maldives, and will be donating to their projects to help them achieve their aims. A great bunch of people doing fantastic research. For more info and volunteering opportunities visit their site here:

Established in 1997, the Shark Trust is the UK registered charity which works to advance the worldwide conservation of sharks through science, education, influence and action. Our vision is a world where sharks thrive within a globally healthy marine ecosystem.

The Trust is an effective and well respected advocate for sound shark management and protection; a founder member of the Shark Alliance; the Secretariat of the European Elasmobranch Association; and a membership organisation which provides a link between the public and the science community.

You can find out more about them and how to get involved here:

Dorsal Diving is still in it's infancy, but the infant has been busy.

Plans have been initiated to get in the position to organise some pretty amazing dives with the beauts, at some pretty amazing prices.

Intricacies need to be sorted, but the idea is that any profit made on Doral's side form each trip goes directly into helping the sharks in the area where each customer went diving. I hop this isn't too idealistic, but I'd love to have a scenario where a diver's trip pays to protect the very sharks he or she swam with.

We shall see! I will update this page as soon as I make progress! In the meantime, if you'd like to email me to express an interest please do so...!

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