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Friendly Dolphins in the Red Sea

Some lucky divers got the encounter of a lifetime with very friendly wild dolphins in the Red Sea

Blue Shark Feeding Frenzy

When whales die, they become a feast for countless animals in the ocean. In this case, we get to witness some blue sharks getting their fill.

Bobbing Baby Nautilus Enters the World

Fourteen months of hope and hard work have led to the first-ever filming of a baby nautilus hatching for a team of researchers at the Monterey Bay Aquarium.

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Baleen Whales
Marine Species

Marine Species: Baleen Whales

Whales are split into two categories: toothed and baleen. Here we’ll discuss what makes baleen whales unique.

Jellyfish Lake
Dive Locations

What’s the Real Deal with Jellyfish Lake?

In 2015 and 2016, Palau suffered from both an El Niño and a severe drought. The combination wreaked havoc on the famous population of golden jellyfish at Jellyfish Lake.

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Coral Reefs are Bleaching
Conservation In the Water News

Coral Reefs are Bleaching Every Six Years

In sobering news, scientists report that coral reefs are bleaching every six years — four to five times faster than they did in the 1980s.

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Scuba Refresher Course
Training

Why You Should Take a Scuba Refresher Course

If you haven’t been diving for a while or you’ve got a big trip planned, it’s wise to take a scuba refresher course before you blow bubbles again.

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