About Robert Yin

For over twenty-five years, Robert Yin has been photographing coral reefs of the Tropical Pacific in an attempt to capture the intriguing natural beauty of this environment. His underwater photographs have appeared in many books and almost all the dive magazines including Rodale’s Scuba Diving Magazine, National Geographic, Marine Photos, Ocean Realm, etc.

Some recent books are:

"Underwater Encounters”, 10 titles, published by Hameray Publishing Ltd, USA, namely “Clever Crustaceans”, “Creepy Sea Creatures”, “Fish Not Fish”, “Fish Tricks”, “Hide & Seek”, “Ocean Oddities”, “Scuba School”, “Sea Turtles”, “Spines Stingers & Teeth”, and “Treacherous Tentacles”.

"Marine Life for Young Readers”, 24 titles, in both English and Spanish Editions, available from Pearson Learning, USA, namely “Coral”, “Starfish & Urchin”, “Fish”, “Crab, Shrimp & Lobster”, “ Sharks & Rays”, “Sea Shells”, “Sea Turtles”, “Monsters of the Deep”, “Butterflies of the Sea”, “Fish That Hide”, “Exotic Tropical Fish”, “Octopus, Squid & Cuttlefish”, “Seahorses and Pipefish”, “Eels”, “Jellyfish”, “Seals and Sea Lions”, “Fish and Their Babies”, “Clams, Oysters, and Scallops”, “Schools of Fish”, and “Scuba Divers & Their Underwater Friends”, Sea Snakes, Sharks, Kelp Forest, and Sponges.

"Beneath Philippines Sea” published by Bookmark, Philippines.

Today, with the coral reefs around the world being threatened by man-made and natural causes, his hope is that his work will help convince people of the need to take immediate action to save these once pristine reefs for the future generations.

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