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Blue Whale: Largest Animal EVER! [4K] | Timor-Leste from Below (S01E10) | SZtv

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

Timor-Leste from Below – a scuba diving web series set in the back of beyond…

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A Quick Macro View of Anilao, Philippines

In just one minute, Jonathan Venn gives us an incredible view of Anilao, Philippines!

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Amazing Marine Life of Croatia

Over 700 dives in this area in Croatia gave this filmmaker a lot to look at, as well as a lot to show us!

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Mesmerizing Diving in Liberia

Here’s your first intro into diving in Liberia. Mesmerizing fish, bold octopuses, vibrant corals, and more.

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Taj Mahal’s Sunken Treasure

An old wreck, sunlit swimthroughs, and tons of fish help bring the Great Basses Reef to life in this short video by one of our followers.

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ANTARCTICA

Most of us will never get to see Antarctica first-hand, so we’ll have to rely on stunning images from videos like this one to satisfy us.

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Angering Nemo

Ever have a fish get mad at you? What about a tiny cute one actually chasing you?

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Cave Diving – Cenote Nariz

Whether caves make you excited or queasy, you can’t deny the beauty of a cave like this with incredible formations and clear water.

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