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Tilikum’s Death and the Future of SeaWorld in 2017

The controversial documentary “Blackfish,” featuring killer whale Tilikum sparked a world-wide discussion on cetacean captivity. Now that Tilikum has died, what’s next for SeaWorld and captive cetaceans in general?

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NOAA releases draft proposals for new national marine sanctuaries in Wisconsin and Maryland

NOAA is soliciting public input on draft proposals for two new national marine sanctuaries in Wisconsin and Maryland.

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SeaLife DC2000
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Capture the Best of 2017 with the New SeaLife DC2000

You’ll have no problem capturing the best of the underwater (and topside!) world in 2017 with the brand-new SeaLife Cameras DC2000.

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SeaLife Micro
News In the Water

SeaLife Micro 2.0 Holiday Gallery

If you’re looking for a last-minute gift for the underwater photographer in your life, look no further than the popular SeaLife Micro 2.0.

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Tilikum

Tilikum’s Death and the Future of SeaWorld in 2017

The controversial documentary “Blackfish,” featuring killer whale Tilikum sparked a world-wide discussion on cetacean captivity. Now that Tilikum has died, what’s next for SeaWorld and captive cetaceans in general?
by Jessica Macdonald
Best Vancouver Dive Sites

Best Vancouver Dive Sites

Some of North America’s best temperate diving is on Canada’s west coast. The best Vancouver dive sites are less than a 40-minute drive from the city’s center, but a world away.
by Robert Osborne
Guiding Experienced Divers

Guiding Experienced Divers

Unlike new divers, who are happy just to be underwater and think everything they see is awesome (because it is), those with a few dives under their belt can be a bit of challenge. As a professional guide, how do you keep your most experienced divers happy?
by Guest Author

NOAA releases draft proposals for new national marine sanctuaries in Wisconsin and Maryland

NOAA is soliciting public input on draft proposals for two new national marine sanctuaries in Wisconsin and Maryland.
by Press Release