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Timor-Leste from Below | Official Trailer [4K] | SZtv

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Great White Freedive

The line between predator and prey can sometimes get blurred. Especially if two predators seem to reach an understanding.

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Great White

Snorkeler Checked Out by a Great White

A snorkeler gets more than he bargained for when a great white shows up to check him out. He ended up with some great footage, and an epic story to tell!

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Borneo From Below

Borneo From Below: Episode 20 – Borneo Shark Special

In this special Episode 20 of Borneo From Below, Bertie gets up close and personal with the sharks of Borneo and takes a look at what’s being done to save them.

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Borneo from Below: Ep 10: Cute Sharks On The Hook

In Episode 10 of Borneo From Below, Bertie takes a look at what makes catsharks so interesting and investigates some of the threats it faces.

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J-Bay Final Shark “Attack” | Overplayed by Media

More bad publicity for sharks this summer. What are your thoughts on how the media is playing this attack up? The surfer got away without a scratch on him!

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Shark Hook Removal

On July 26th we were aboard emerald charters with Randy Jordan, the owner.

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The Australian Shark Cull Continues

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Five Great Reasons to Dive Mexico This Winter

It’s is one of the best diving destinations in the world, with highlights like Socorro Island and the Sea of Cortez. Here are five great reasons to dive Mexico this winter.
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Dive Legend Bob Halstead Passes Away

The dive community lost a legend in December when prolific author and photographer Bob Halstead passed away.
by Deborah Dickson-Smith
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Diving the Gili Islands After the 2018 Earthquakes

Lombok and the Gili Islands are bouncing back after the devastating 2018 earthquakes and are anxious to welcome visitors once again.
by Deborah Dickson-Smith