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Despite the devastating effects of global coral bleaching events, Southeast Asia remains a mecca for snorkelers and scuba divers alike.
That part of the search required scuba divers to feel their way around the bottom of the muddy Mobile River in zero visibility conditions.
Barbie has had many careers: Aerobics instructor, paleontologist, and scuba diver, to name a few.
Veras, a member of the Lauderdale Yacht Club, was an avid sportsman, yachtsman and businessman having acquired an FAA pilot license, a U. S. Coast Guard commercial sea captain’s license and certification as an advanced scuba diver.
It was found by professional scuba diver Mark Stitzer who apparently suspected immediately the three-ounce brown and black stone was unique, media outlets report.
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.
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