Bite-Back launches 2021 calendar

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Bite-Back launches 2021 calendar

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It’s that time of year when a British marine-life charity popular with scuba divers reminds us of its work by launching a suitably sharky calendar.

Once again well-known underwater photographers have chipped in with hand-picked images and commentary to help Bite-Back Shark & Marine Conservation raise funds for its campaigns to make Britain’s retailers shark-free.

The line-up for the 2021 Bite-Back Calendar comprises Alex Mustard, Amanda Cotton, Christian Vizl, David Doubilet, Doug Perrine, Ellen Cuylaerts, George Probst, Greg Lecouer, Jason Isley, Laura Storm, Shawn Heinrichs and Tanya Houppermans.

“This edition is packed with spectacular images to celebrate the marine environment in all its glory,” says the charity’s campaign director Graham Buckingham. “Significantly, every purchase of this calendar will directly fund our campaigns to end the trade and consumption of shark products in the UK.”

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Bite-Back has made significant progress nationwide in limiting sales of shark-fin soup, shark-meat and items such as supplements containing shark, says Buckingham, adding that: “For the equivalent of £1 a month, we hope scuba divers and ocean-lovers will enjoy admiring this rare and magnificent collection of images all year long. And, of course, it makes a fabulous Christmas present too.”

Printed on recycled paper by a climate-neutral printer using vegetable-based inks, the A4 calendar is sold at the Bite-Back Shop for £12, including free UK delivery, and shipped worldwide.

******  ANOTHER 2021 calendar is available from UK tour and liveaboard operator Blue O Two, based on winning images from its “Diving Life” photo competition. Printed on uncoated A3 card to allow for written entries, it costs £9.99 and can be bought here.
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