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Scuba diving is one of the most exciting leisure activities that anyone can enjoy, albeit you like the water. Some of the best scuba diving locations are at your front door and to become involved is not as hard and as expensive as one may think.

When you start diving a new world opens up to you, and you start to realise that there is so much to see within the ocean. continue reading

marine animals
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World Wide Fund for Nature says nearly half the world’s marine animals wiped out in single generation

Humanity's mismanagement of the ocean has led to the loss of almost half the world's marine mammals, birds, reptiles and fish in a single generation, a World Wide Fund for Nature report says. The emergency edition of WWF's Living Blue Planet Report revealed a 49 per cent decline in marine vertebrate populations between 1970 and 2012. For some fish this figure was almost 75 per cent.
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New drysuit mishap

Moving from a wet suit into a dry suit was one of the best diving decisions I have made to date. I dive mostly In Victoria Australia and the water temperatures can often drop down to 10 degrees in winter. My first experience with my suit was comical and this post is a clear example of what not to do! I must stress don't follow my example and if you make the switch yourself please contact a dive professional for a proper dry suit orientation.
Muli Kandu-Maldives
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Explore the ocean with Google Maps

Never has there been a more exciting time in technological history, with so many new and innovative ways with which to interact and explore the world. One of these being Google Maps, Views. Its amazing that we can explore all these sites from the comfort of our homes.
marine animals
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World Wide Fund for Nature says nearly half the world’s marine animals wiped out in single generation

Humanity's mismanagement of the ocean has led to the loss of almost half the world's marine mammals, birds, reptiles and fish in a single generation, a World Wide Fund for Nature report says. The emergency edition of WWF's Living Blue Planet Report revealed a 49 per cent decline in marine vertebrate populations between 1970 and 2012. For some fish this figure was almost 75 per cent.
weedy-seadragon
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The hunt for the weedy seadragon

The Weedy Seadragon is an amazing little critter that is related to the seahorse. They have small leaf like appendages that provides excellent camouflage and extremely difficult to find. Learn more about this amazing animal via Wikipedia.
weedy-seadragon
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The hunt for the weedy seadragon

The Weedy Seadragon is an amazing little critter that is related to the seahorse. They have small leaf like appendages that provides excellent camouflage and extremely difficult to find. Learn more about this amazing animal via Wikipedia.