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Divers Spearhead Koh Tao Marine Conservation Efforts

Koh Tao in Thailand is one of the world’s busiest dive destinations, and its popularity has had an impact. But divers have found a way to pitch in on Koh Tao marine conservation efforts.

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Dugongs of Si Kao
Conservation

Saving the Dugongs of Si Kao

The decreasing dugong population in southern Thailand forced the locals there to do something about it. Saving the dugongs of Si Kao has become a team effort.

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Koh Ha
Dive Locations Travel

Scuba diving in Koh Ha, Thailand

Koh Ha is a tiny group of uninhabited islands, about an hour’s boat ride from Trang on Thailand’s southwest coast. And it makes for some fantastic diving.

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Top Dive Sites in Koh Tao
Dive Locations Travel

Five Top Dive Sites in Koh Tao

Koh Tao is famous for raucous parties and white, sandy beaches. But the diving is pretty great too. Here are five of the top dive sites in Koh Tao.

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Dolphin Bay Phuket
Conservation In the Water Travel

Local Activists Decry Thailand’s Dolphin Bay Phuket

The captive-dolphin aquarium Dolphin Bay Phuket is drawing the ire of local activists and marine-wildlife advocates

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wreck diving in Europe

Best Wreck Diving in Europe

In the last of our six-part series on the world’s most dive-able wrecks, we’re highlighting the best wreck diving in Europe.
by Juanita Pienaar
ornate ghost pipefish

Marine Species: Ghost Pipefish

Within the pipefish family, ghost pipefish are something special, and always a treat to see on a dive. Here we’ll look at four well-known species.
by Hélène Reynaud
Ashkhabad

Preserving America’s Underwater Battlefield: the Ashkhabad

This year, Scuba Diver Life and NOAA are partnering to profile 12 different ships in the Graveyard of the Atlantic. This month we’ll visit the Ashkhabad.
by Rebecca Strauss
Reef Rescue Network

The Reef Rescue Network

The Perry Institute for Marine Science is a nonprofit organization committed to protecting the oceans. To that end, they’ve created the Reef Rescue Network.
by Hayley-Jo Carr