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Psst! Your sunscreen may be polluting beaches

A new study has revealed that titanium dioxide, an ingredient found in some sunscreens, has the potential to harm marine life.

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Epidemic reveals importance of sea stars to kelp forests

Together with sea otters, sea stars play essential roles in the kelp forests' defence against sea urchins.

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Young salmon may leap out of the water to get rid of sea lice

Why do young salmon leap out of the water, even when there are no obstacles in their way?

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'SS Polynesien' poster launched a centenary after she sunk

The Battle of Amiens or the Third Battle of Picardy had just commenced. (8 August 1918). This Allied attack would later became known as the ‘Hundred Days Offensive’ and this action ultimately led to the end of the first World War.

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How the clownfish's stripes turn out the way they do

Clownfish, with their white stripes, are easily identifiable, despite the fact that the pattern and intensity of the coloration differ amongst the different species.

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End of air travel liquid restrictions?

A new scanner could soon be utilized at UK airports freeing travellers from removing gadgets and liquids from hand luggage at security.

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How your favourite jacket has contributed to water pollution

Eutrophication.

A big word, and an even bigger problem that’s growing larger by the second.

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Lebanon creates underwater dive park

Lebanese environmentalists have sunk 10 old tanks and armored vehicles to the bottom of the Mediterranean Sea to attract divers and create new habitats for marine life.

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Titanic diving tours delayed until 2019

Deep-pocketed tourists waiting to explore the 20th century’s most famous maritime wreck will have to wait a little longer. American submersible company OceanGate has pushed back diving expeditions to the Titanic wreck site to 2019.

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Tourism's carbon impact larger than estimated

A new study has revealed global tourism’s carbon footprint is three times larger than previously estimated.

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Older scuba divers at risk of heart attack

Cardiac issues have become a leading factor in diving fatalities, according to a study.

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Scubazoo launches new on-line tv series on 2. Aug

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Release Dates

02 Aug. Trailer
09 Aug Episode 1
16 Aug Episode 2
23 Aug Episode 3
30 Aug Episode 4

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Find the golden pebble to win an O'Three Drysuit

are based just off Chesil Beach in the seaside resort of Portland and Weymouth.

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Tiny corals seen ganging up to consume jellyfish

For the first time, cave-dwelling corals measuring just several millimetres have been observed working together to catch and consume jellyfish much larger than them.

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HMS Warrior and HMS Sparrowhawk: sinking information available

More skirmish than battlefleet action, the German High Seas Fleet, having unintentionally encountered the entire British Grand Fleet, slipped into the mists of the North Sea and escaped.

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Wolfgang Leander has died

Wolfgang's work has been prominently displayed in our magazine - see some of the links below - and a few years back I had the pleasure of joining Wolfgang on a liveaboard safari to Tiger Beach in the Bahamas.

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Wolfgang Leander We instantly became friends.  Wolfgang was mild-mannered, pleasant and very knowledgeable.&nbs

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