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When a team of recreational scuba divers spotted four whale sharks stuck in a fishing net, the animals were veiled by a thin mesh netting.
The Vanuatu underwater post office is open to snorkelers, scuba divers and anyone who can hold their breath long enough to make a transaction.
Aided by scuba divers and underwater cameras, 21 scientists will soon begin the project, which will be led by Greg Stunz, a professor at the Harte Research Institute for Gulf of Mexico Studies at Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi.
Over the years, several scuba divers have died after trying to navigate their way through this underwater network of tunnels—however, most visitors stick to the surface, opting to plunge feet first into its constant 68-degree waters.
And while the collection, a dizzying array of neon streetwear inspired by female extreme-sport athletes like motocross bikers and scuba divers, was decidedly high-impact, there was plenty of above-the-neck attention paid.
Snorkelers can only admire fish from just below the ocean’s surface, while scuba divers need hours of training and bulky gear.
Sometimes, groupers will even help out with scuba divers hunting invasive lionfish.
The photographs will remain underwater, accessible to scuba divers, for about four months.
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