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Coral reef bleaching is a big issue needs more than one side effort, it's our all responsibility.
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Global Warming’s Toll on Coral Reefs: As if They’re ‘Ravaged by War’

Global Warming’s Toll on Coral Reefs: As if They’re ‘Ravaged by War’
In theory, coral reefs can recover from even a severe bleaching event. Some of the coral will die off from increased disease susceptibility, but once ocean temperatures drop again, many of the corals will start growing back. But that’s only if they’r...
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It is so cold in the United States right now that sharks are dying and turtles are cold-stunned

It is so cold in the United States right now that sharks are dying and turtles are cold-stunned
Updated December 30, 2017 18:21:02 Sharks are washing up on a beach in Massachusetts frozen completely solid amid a record-breaking cold snap in the United States. The Atlantic White Shark Conservancy said it had found three dead thresher sharks stra...
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Sunscreens that Protect You and the Ocean

Sunscreens that Protect You and the Ocean
Ah, summer. It’s that time of the year again for fun in the sun. When packing for your beach picnics, one of the most important items alongside the beer cooler is sunscreen. However, when you go to buy a sunscreen you are faced with the daunting pros...
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Glow in the dark sharks: new species discovered in Hawaii – and it glows

Glow in the dark sharks: new species discovered in Hawaii – and it glows
Earlier this year a new species of deep water shark, Etmopterus lailae, was discovered in waters surrounding the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands in the Pacific Ocean. Measurements of external features, teeth, vertebrae and intestines, along with specif...
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Innovative Scuba Concepts Introduces “Dealers With Doors”

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Dear Scuba Community, You have asked, and we have listened! You have asked repeatedly for products that will allow you to compete against online sellers of scuba equipment.  We have now answered by developing a line of products that can only be sold ...
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Bursting bubbles: The Simon Mitchell Story

Bursting bubbles: The Simon Mitchell Story
Home > Diving News > Bursting bubbles: The Simon Mitchell Story Earlier this year renowned diving physician and Head of Anaesthesiology at the University of Auckland, Dr Simon Mitchell , became a ‘full professor’. He delivered his inaugural lec...
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Stand out with kit maintenance skills

Stand out with kit maintenance skills
5 MIN READ Dive technician Shaun Notley on employability in scuba diving. A fair few years ago life was pretty good. I was managing a busy dive centre in the Maldives. For those that have not worked there, it is a great location to save $$$ as it’s p...
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Monster sea spider and rare black sea devil caught by Russian fisherman terrify social media users

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A giant sea spider caught by Russian fisherman Roman Fedortsov Roman Fedortsov/Instagram The deep sea continues to amaze researchers with its strange inhabitants, many of whom are still hidden from the world. But some make a rare appearance on the su...
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How Sea Shepherd lost battle against Japan’s whale hunters in Antarctic

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A fleet of Japanese ships is currently hunting minke whales in the Southern Ocean. It is a politically incendiary practice: the waters around Antarctica were long ago declared a whale sanctuary, but the designation has not halted Japan’s whalers, who...
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