Scuba Diving in a Tsunami

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Several scuba divers are caught completely off guard by the sudden, violently swirling currents churned up by the 2004 tsunami that struck just off of Sri Lanka. (From Discovery Channel’s “Tsunami Survival Stories”).

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Scuba Diver Life videos

Friendly Dolphins in the Red Sea

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Blue Shark Feeding Frenzy

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Bobbing Baby Nautilus Enters the World

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Life Symphony

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Beached Orcas and a Happy Ending

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Blue Planet II : The Prequel

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How Do Angel Sharks Feed?

The videographer spent spent two years trying to get this footage, which speaks to how rare it is to witness this kind of behavior. 

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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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