Megan Denny


Recent blog posts written by Megan Denny

Myths and Misconceptions About Peeing in Your Wetsuit

Myths and Misconceptions About Peeing in Your Wetsuit

14 August, 2017 at 4:42 pm Comments are Disabled

You did what in your wetsuit?! There’s a well-worn saying among divers: there are those who pee in their wetsuit, and there are those who lie about it. We’re not 100% sure if that’s true, but there are plenty of myths and misconceptions we can clear up about making the […]

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Goliath Grouper May Lose Protection in Florida, USA

Goliath Grouper May Lose Protection in Florida, USA

7 August, 2017 at 10:46 am Comments are Disabled

  Up until the early 1990’s, goliath groupers were found on both coasts of Florida, throughout the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean, and as far south as Brazil. Unfortunately, in 1994, the fish was determined to be critically endangered by the International Union of Conservation of Nature (IUCN). Excessive fishing […]

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Vertigo and Vomiting While Diving

Vertigo and Vomiting While Diving

30 July, 2017 at 5:00 am Comments are Disabled

Divers may have the ability to breathe underwater, but we’re still human. There may come a time when you need to cough, sneeze, vomit, or experience vertigo underwater. It’s not safe to rush to the surface, so what do you do? Coughing / Choking The gas you breathe from a […]

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PADI AmbassaDiver Jillian Morris Dives with Shark Attack Survivor

PADI AmbassaDiver Jillian Morris Dives with Shark Attack Survivor

27 July, 2017 at 5:02 am Comments are Disabled

PADI AmbassaDiverTM Jillian Morris has dedicated her life to promoting and protecting sharks. After snorkeling with a nurse shark as a child, Jillian was inspired to learn more about the ocean and the sharks who live there. She studied behavioral biology and eventually became a PADI Divemaster and led shark-focused […]

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Shark Attack Survivor and Shark Advocate Mike Coots

Shark Attack Survivor and Shark Advocate Mike Coots

24 July, 2017 at 3:14 pm Comments are Disabled

When Mike Coots was 18, he was attacked by a tiger shark while bodyboarding off the coast of Kauai. He lost most of his right leg, and nearly lost his life. An average person might decide to avoid the ocean, and renounce all sharks as bloodthirsty man-eaters, but Mike Coots […]

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Is Scuba Diving Safe?

Is Scuba Diving Safe?

17 July, 2017 at 8:40 am Comments are Disabled

Scuba diving is enjoyed by thousands of people around the world every day and is considered a low-risk activity compared to many other outdoor and sporting activities – even such widespread activities as swimming, jogging and all-terrain vehicle riding have higher reported fatality rates than diving. How likely are you […]

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