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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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Sony Introduces High-Resolution Alpha 7R IV

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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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Fossilised teeth reveals vegetarian diet of some ancient crocs

After examining fossilised teeth, scientists at the University of Utah have discovered that multiple ancient groups of crocodyliforms (a group that includes living and extinct relatives of crocodiles and alligators) were plant-eaters.

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Corals survive acidified ocean conditions, though skeletons are less dense

A two-year experiment led by University of California Santa Cruz (UCSC) shows that some coral species may be able to survive levels of ocean acidification more severe than those expected later this century.

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Fourth Element Rock Hopper Shoe

Beaches are also not necessarily a picturesque stretch of sand. They can comprise of pebbles, stones, rocks or an iron shore. (When limestone dissolves the material left can be quite rough and sharp, therefore it is called an 'iron shore').

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Key Features

  • Sole and Reinforcements: 100% rubber
  • Upper: 88% Recycled Polyester / 12% Elastane
  • Ergonomic footbed insoles
  • Heel reinforcement
  • Fin strap retainer
  • Smoothskin ankle seal
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What camouflage prawns do when a wardrobe change takes weeks

As their name suggests, chameleon prawns have the ability to hide in plain sight from potential predators by changing their color.

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Dive boat skipper Emily Turton is driving force behind #Scapa100

When World War I ended, it was agreed as part of the Armistice agreement that Germany had to surrender most of its fleet. Between November 1918 and January 1919, 74 ships from the German High Seas Fleet arrived in Scapa Flow to be interred.

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PADI purchases Bonnier Corp.’s Diving Media Group

The group includes Scuba Diving magazine, scubadiving.com, Sport Diver magazine, sportdiver.com and Skin Diver magazine.

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