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Recycling cans

Every year 7 billion drinks containers are littered or landfilled in Australia. Campaign group “Kicking the Can” are asking Australians to sign a petition...
Bullethead Parrotfish, Chlorurus sordidus

Researchers have found that fish have developed their own mosquito nets in order to get a good night's sleep.

With effect from 5th October 2012, BSAC (British Sub-Aqua Club) member benefit and specialist diving travel insurance scheme, Travel 4 Scuba will cease. They...
Best selling scuba books 2016

SCUBA Travel are pleased to release the list of the best selling SCUBA books and DVDs for 2016. Here are the top ten: figures in...

Fish surveys are often conducted by SCUBA divers or snorkellers. A study in the journal Environmental monitoring and assessment has found that these surveys...

A 100 years from now, all the species in many marine communities will be lost and replaced by new species able to tolerate warmer...
Grey Reef Shark, Carcharhinus amblyrhynchos

Divers monitor reef shark numbers as accurately, and cheaper, than automated tracking tools, a study suggests. Shark populations are thought to be declining globally, but...
Coral Reef

Malaysia has created the Tun Mustapha Marine Park - its largest yet. In the coral triangle, the new park will help protect almost 1...
Bullethead Parrotfish, Chlorurus sordidus

Jobs, ecotourism and diving industries can benefit from having a diverse supply of weed-eating fish on the world’s coral reefs, scientists say. Despite their small size, relative to the sharks and whales that often get more attention, herbivorous fish play a vital role in maintaining the health of coral reefs, which support the livelihoods of 500 million people worldwide, according to a study published this month in the journal Ecology.

Researchers at Portsmouth University and the US Coast Guard are working together to develop a computer model that will predict how long someone will...