Category: Marine Species

Whale-Shark Ultrasound
Conservation Marine Species

First Ever Whale-Shark Ultrasound

Researchers in the Galapagos have successfully completed ultrasounds on free-swimming whale sharks and taken blood samples from adult whale sharks for the first time ever in the wild.

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Plating Corals
Conservation Marine Species

Introduction to Plating Corals of the Indo-Pacific

Plating corals are some of the most common on Indo-Pacific reefs. Here’s your guide to identifying them on your next dive.

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Sea Otters
Conservation Marine Species

Sea Otters in Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary

Northern sea otters are recolonizing Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary. NOAA Nancy Foster Scholar Jessica Hale is studying their habits.

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Pygmy Seahorse
Marine Species

Marine Species: Pygmy Seahorse

One of the hardest critters to spot, the pygmy seahorse is a fascinating creature. Let’s look at a few attributes of this tiny yet spectacular animal.

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New stuff

Paralenz Comes to DEMA 2018

Visit Paralenz at booth 2365 at DEMA in Las Vegas this year to see everything that's new with the camera built by divers, for divers.
by Press Release
Maldives Underwater Festival

Maldives Underwater Festival Celebrates Whale Sharks, Turtles and More

A recent festival at LUX* South Ari Atoll resort in the Maldives celebrated whale sharks, turtles and more.
by Deborah Dickson-Smith
Whale-Shark Ultrasound

First Ever Whale-Shark Ultrasound

Researchers in the Galapagos have successfully completed ultrasounds on free-swimming whale sharks and taken blood samples from adult whale sharks for the first time ever in the wild.
by Guest Author
Costa Rica Blue

Book Review: Costa Rica Blue

Every dive destination needs a guide as comprehensive and lovingly written as “Costa Rica Blue,” which covers what lies under the waves of this Central American paradise.
by Rebecca Strauss