Shark Country – Bermuda & Teddy Tucker

Teddy Tucker, best known as a salvage diver and shipwreck hunter was first and foremost a fisherman. On a fishing trip in 1994 he was asked for his thoughts on changes he had witnessed over his time fishing off Bermuda. One of the starkest examples of change on the Bermuda Reef is the disappearance the once ubiquitous shark. Other fishermen, lobster divers and spearfish hunters share their observations of further change they have experienced over the past 30 years. Together with Teddy they stand as witnesses to the decline in Bermuda’s marine environment gleaned over years of consistent free diving and scuba diving on the island’s reef.

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