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Borneo From Below Episode 24: Ex-Cop Bags World’s Best Dive Job at 50

After spending nearly 20 years working for the police, Simon decided to follow his dreams and embark on a life aquatic

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Borneo from Below Episode 18: A Day in the Life of an Underwater Cameraman

Fancy traveling all over the world, diving and filming in exotic locations — oh and getting paid for it too??

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Black and White

In this video, we hope to educate viewers and promote conservation of one of the ocean’s most magnificent animals.

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Rolling in the Deep – Milne Bay

This tiny octopus, the size of a thumb, is one of the most deadly creatures on the planet.

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Ocean Gravity: Amazing Footage of a Freediver Flying Through Ocean Currents

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Rolling in the Deep – Papua New Guinea

The Rolling in the Deep series takes us to Papua New Guinea. One of the last unspoiled diving destinations left on earth.

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Episode 02. And Here We Must Run.

Check out the latest episode from Water Born!

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Nudibranchs of Papua New Guinea

Unlike the common garden slug most of us encounter, the ocean’s version is much more pleasant to look at it.

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Introduction to Meandering Corals of the Indo-Pacific

Meandering corals are often called brain corals because they form round colonies resembling brains. Learn how to tell them apart with our guide here.
by Nicole Helgason
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The Best Scuba Diving in Mexico

We know it’s a broad category, with such a diverse range of animals and geography, but here are our picks for some of the best scuba diving in Mexico.
by Juanita Pienaar
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Diving Manta Bommie in Brisbane

Mantas: the Maldives, Komodo, Bali, Raja Ampat…and Brisbane? That’s right, you can see mantas just offshore from Brisbane at a fantastic site called Manta Bommie.
by Deborah Dickson-Smith