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That money went toward providing adaptive water aerobics, adaptive chair yoga, adaptive scuba diving, wheelchair basketball and wheelchair tennis over the year.
He’s also been shown in the past catching a giant pike and discovering ancient Greek urns while scuba-diving in the Black Sea.
Navies around the globe have been spooked lately by the specter of unauthorized scuba divers lurking near military bases.
This was before scuba diving, so sponge divers pulled it up from under 150 feet of water just by holding their breath.
Cirque also continues the signature tradition of artistic clowning, in this case, aerial scuba diving and a beach ball exchange with unsuspecting audience members.
Even 50 feet underwater, a pair of scuba divers exploring a wreck eight miles off Atlantic Beach heard the loud pop.
Some students have aquatic backgrounds, as lifeguards and scuba divers.
Surrounding the main island, visitors can boat hop to the approximately 1,800 surrounding islets, floating on the tropical, turquoise sea which boasts some of the best scuba diving spots in the world.
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Origin and Etymology of scuba
First Known Use: 1952See Words from the same year
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