Environment

Kate Wilkins: Sea Janitor

Kate Wilkins: Sea Janitor

22 February, 2017 at 5:20 pm Comments are Disabled

For the month of February, the waters’ of Adelaide have a resident janitor. Dedicated to cleaning the ocean floors around Adelaide’s many jetties and dive sites on a daily basis. Kate Wilkins has decided to take matters into her own hands and tackle the big issue of rubbish in our […]

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5 Facts About the Amazon Pink River Dolphin

5 Facts About the Amazon Pink River Dolphin

13 February, 2017 at 11:17 am Comments are Disabled

Dolphins are one of the most loved marine animals, though most people only get to see the species that live in the ocean. For Valentine’s Day, we decided to do a little research on one of the most unique species: the Amazon pink river dolphin. There’s a lot to love! And […]

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Aliens of the Ocean: Bumphead Parrotfish

Aliens of the Ocean: Bumphead Parrotfish

12 February, 2017 at 3:41 pm Comments are Disabled

Photo by Sarah Wormald Sci-fi movies often speculate about aliens, Martians and all things from outer space but when taking a look at the bumphead parrotfish it seems as though Hollywood film makers may have been inspired by life from under the ocean rather than outer space. When you imagine […]

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Chris Stevens Comes Face to Face With the Rare Sevengill Shark

Chris Stevens Comes Face to Face With the Rare Sevengill Shark

2 February, 2017 at 12:15 am Comments are Disabled

Article written by PADI AmbassaDiver, Chris Stevens Having travelled the world and been a certified scuba diver since 2009, I’ve been lucky enough to tick quite a lot off my scuba diving bucket list in various locations across the globe. However, the diving in Cape Town in South Africa was […]

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Marine Life Dating and Mating

Marine Life Dating and Mating

1 February, 2017 at 4:59 am Comments are Disabled

February is Creative Romance Month and you’ll be hard-pressed to find a place where love gets more creative than in the ocean. Imagine if you could only mate during the full moon, or if you had to worry about your partner eating you. Maybe you’d choose to reproduce without a […]

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8 Frosty Creatures to See When Ice Diving

8 Frosty Creatures to See When Ice Diving

19 January, 2017 at 12:25 am Comments are Disabled

Divers tend to be the friendly, welcoming sort. We’re always game to have an adventure and meet new people. But every now and again we throw down. It usually goes something like this: Diver 1: That’s great you got to snorkel with whale sharks. Did I tell you about the […]

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