Couldn't resist posting this picture of Grey Seal called "Feathers/Shrek" eating a conger eel in Newquay Harbour today
Wow...Jellyfish galore just off Newquay Headland...our Cornish summer phenomenum of thick
" Smacks" of moon jellies and blues all tightly clustered in a thick floating carpet of Plankton , drifting at the mercey of the tide , glistening and twinkling like glass baubles bobbing about in the crystal blue sea.
Unbelievably adrenaline rushing viewing during a shark cage dive with the best cage diving company in the UK. Eleven shark divers set off from Newquay Harbour yesterday onbaord "Atlantic Diver" to do one of the" top 10 things to do in Newquay" or even the UK. Doubters of the thrill of UK cage diving should feast their eyes on this footage as we experienced 4 Blue sharks, all female ranging from sizes...2.5m, 3m 3.5m and 2m.
Gorgeous Newquay Seals were chillaxing in The May Bank Holiday Sunshine on one of their favourite rocks .