Marine wildlife populations are declining faster now than they ever have, with some reports suggesting a sobering 50% decline in the past 40 years. As ambassadors of the ocean, scuba divers have a responsibility to be informed and aware about things that threaten the sea. In this post, you’ll learn about a few endangered […]Read more ›
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Any diver can spot a whale shark or a giant manta ray passing by, but the reward of spotting miniature creatures can be just as satisfying. Come closer and take a look at the big love we have for these tiny critters. Bobtail Squid Bobtail Squid are so good at […]Read more ›
If you’re a scuba diver and you’ve seen Pixar’s Finding Nemo, you’ll probably want to see the sequel Finding Dory coming out in 2016. The new movie will focus on the character Dory, a royal blue tang. We’ve taken a look at the animated Dory and compared her to the real-life blue tang.Read more ›
This blog was first published by Project AWARE. To learn more about the growing movement of scuba divers protecting the ocean planet one dive at a time, visit projectaware.org. This July, Discovery Channel’s Shark Week returned bigger than ever before, making a splash as the highest-rated Shark Week in the event’s 28 […]Read more ›
If you know anything about Palau in Micronesia then you probably have some idea of the lake full of jellyfish. If not, then it’s likely you will soon have it on your travel to-do list! As are most places in Micronesia, Palau is absolutely beautiful. It also has a very […]Read more ›
The humphead wrasse (Cheilinus undulates), commonly referred to as the Napoleon wrasse, Maori wrasse, or Napoleon fish, can be found hanging around coral reefs in the Indo-Pacific Oceans “from the Red Sea and the coast of East Africa to the central Pacific, south from Japan to New Caledonia”. Most people […]Read more ›