Posts Tagged ‘Environment’

3 Things Not To Use if You Love the Ocean

Sunday, April 24th, 2016

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Do you love the ocean as much as we do? If you enjoy scuba diving, then the odds are that you do. Scuba divers are lucky enough to see firsthand how beautiful and awe-inducing life in the ocean is, which means that they know exactly what’s at stake when it comes to […]

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Rescuing Baby Sayle

Friday, April 22nd, 2016

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Words and photos by Dr. Caine Delacy. Caine is a marine biologist and photographer dedicated to documenting the underwater world and learning more about the ocean, particularly the health of coral reefs around the world. He currently serves as the Director of Science and Research at the Ocean First Education. […]

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Topside Turtle Conservation: 7 Sites for Turtle Nesting

Thursday, April 21st, 2016

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As an avid scuba diver and visitor to the underwater world, marine conservation should be a major concern for you. There are many species of marine life that are endangered, including six out of seven species of sea turtles. Sea turtles are incredible creatures, and their nesting sites are a […]

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American Idol: PADI AmbassaDiver Dives the 50 States

Wednesday, April 20th, 2016

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Jennifer Idol is an underwater photographer, PADI Instructor, author of An American Immersion, designer and explorer. You can follow her through social media and her site The Underwater Designer. Stay tuned for future posts on our blog where Jennifer will be sharing more dive adventures as PADI’s latest AmbassaDiver™. I […]

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Dive with a purpose – Dive Against Debris™ with Project AWARE

Friday, April 15th, 2016

The ocean covers around two thirds of our planet and encompasses a diverse range of habitats, from tropical coral reefs to giant forests made of kelp. Scuba divers travel hundreds of miles across the world to appreciate this vast underwater world and the incredible creatures that call it home. But […]

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