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How Big is Tech Really?

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Older sharks are more flexible than young ones

Nurse sharks are a typically inshore bottom-dwelling species.

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Marine seismic testing harmful to lobsters too

It's a known fact that marine seismic testing, which involves loud sounds, adversely affects the hearing of fish and marine mammals like dolphins and whales. But what about other creatures like lobsters?

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Islas Mujeres: Swimming with Whale Sharks in Mexico

Long considered as solitary giants roaming the open oceans, aggregations of whale sharks seemed quite rare and, prior to the discovery of the Afuera, a large gathering was thought to comprise 15 to 20 whale sharks.

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French submarine that vanished in 1968 located in Mediterranean

France's defence Minister Florence Parly announced a new search for Minerve at the beginning of 2019, backed by the latest technology and naval vessels, following fresh demands from the families of deceased sailors to find the remains of their lov

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WDHOF is calling for outstanding female diver nominations

If you know a female diver who has made an outstanding contribution to our underwater world you can

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MIDE 2019 Report & Lens Beyond Ocean Photo Contest Winners

There were 1,000 exhibitors from 12 countries, sharing their products, services and expertise with visitors. Overall sales generated over the three-day event was around US$2.57 mil (RM10.7 mil), a 45 percent increase from last year.

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Secrets of sex change in fish unlocked

Caption: A female becomes a male: a transitioning bluehead wrasse (darker colouration) establishes dominance and begins courting females (yellow colouration).

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Functional sex change is widespread in marine fishes, appearing in 27 families.

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PFI joins the International Training Group

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Currently International Training, Inc. (ITI) is made up of three training divisions: ERDI (Emergency Response Diving International), SDI (Scuba Diving International) and TDI (Technical Diving International).

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The philosophies of both companies are very much in line with each other, high standards taught by professional educators. Brian Carney, ITI

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Climate change threatens Cape Verde loggerhead turtles

The continued rise in global temperatures isn’t just a matter of discomfort for turtles—literally, it can lead directly to the extinction of their species.

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Can a Lobster be an Archaeologist?

The states that this is "a fun, informative, illustrated book for 10 - 14 year olds aimed at growing in

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Dutch WW2 wrecks and wargraves disappear in Indonesia—scavengers may be to blame

Dozens of warships believed to contain the remains of thousands of British, American, Australian, Dutch and Japanese servicemen from the second world war have been illegally ripped apart by salvage divers.

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Sharks and rays get tangled in plastic

University of Exeter scientists scoured existing published studies and Twitter for shark and ray entanglements, and found reports of more than 1,000 entangled individuals.

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Ocean Film Festival dates released

The collection of new, short, seafaring stories from both above and below the water’s surface will be shown at over 40 locations, with the aim of inspiring people to explore, respect, enjoy and protect the oceans

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GUE launches scuba diving scholarship

will provide one eligible diver aged between 21 and 30 with twelve months of training.

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