Every year, South Florida’s astonishing coral reefs draw eager divers and fishing enthusiasts to the region by the millions, injecting $483 million into the U.S. economy and providing thousands of jobs for South Florida residents.
Can you believe that we kill over 70 million sharks a year? Have you ever thought about how that is going to change our oceans?
We have looked at the general information regarding the oceans and seas of the world.
One thing I would like to mention before we get started is how amazed I am about the consequences that we, as the Human Race, have been able to inflict on the world’s oceans. I
I’d like to start off by saying I am grateful to be able to be a guest blogger on Scuba Diver Life!
If you have ever been to a zoo, you have seen one or more signs conspicuously displayed that say “DON’T FEED THE ANIMALS.”
The Maltese Islands are famous for their crystal waters, warm temperatures and their enchanting wrecks but optimism has reached its highest level in years, thanks to one unfamiliar happening this week.
“Ever since Steven Spielberg unleashed Jaws onto the world back in 1975 Sharks have had a really bad press.
Today I stumbled upon this infograph, outlining threats to our Oceans. What are your thoughts? How do you help conserve our ocean?
A third of all shark species are nearly extinct and some species of sharks such as the Hammerhead have declined by up to 90% in the last 50 years.
This video showcases why our oceans are so important. It was put together by National Geographic, and highlights
some strong points.
The oceans are an incredibly important part of nature but unfortunately, many people forget about the underwater world, because it is not something that is seen by many on a daily basis.
Recently, on November 16, 2011, there was a new law passed by Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission stating that it would be illegal from January 1, 2012 to harvest the tiger shark and the three species of hammerhead sharks in Florida.
The Republic of the Marshall Islands has recently been announced as the home of world’s biggest shark sanctuary by Pew Environment Group.
With the summer season fast approaching, there has been a resurgence of concern over water-enthusiasts’ sunscreens potentially harming fragile coral reef systems.
Feel overwhelmed by global climate change? Ocean acidification? Worldwide coral bleaching?
The Deep Blue Utila Resort includes a Gold Palm Five Star Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI) Resort as well…