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Green Turtle

Crime-scene technique used to track turtles

Scientists have used satellite tracking and a crime-scene technique to discover an important feeding ground for green turtles in the Mediterranean. University of Exeter researchers...
Arabian Aggressor scuba diving liveaboard

Save $1000 on new scuba liveaboard exploring Sudan and Djibouti

Arabian Aggressor is the newest addition to Aggressor's Fleet family in the Red Sea. Launching February next year, it visits Sudan up until October...
Healthy coral reef

How to protect corals from climate change?

The best way to protect corals threatened by climate change is to conserve a wide range of their habitats, according to a study in...
Majestic Explorer liveaboard sinks Galapagos

Diving liveaboard sinks in the Galapagos – 26 rescued

The scuba diving liveaboard, Galapagos Majestic, has sank near the northern coast of Santiago island in the Galapagos. The 26 divers and crew safely...
Coral Reef on Little Brother in the Red Sea by Tim Nicholson of SCUBA Travel

Red Sea bans single use plastics

Egypt's Red Sea Governorate has introduced a ban on single-use plastics. The ban covers items including disposable plastic bags, cutlery and cups, and aims to...
Migrations patterns of sea life around Australia

Sperm whale to dugong: where to see Australia’s marine life

Study reveals the migration paths, mating and feeding habits of Australia’s most majestic sea life with interactive tool. Follow the path of some of the world’s most fascinating marine animals on their migration or use the tool to visit their key nesting and feeding locations.
palau siren liveaboard

Siren Fleet, Master Liveaboards, Junk & Phinisi SALE – to Maldives, Truk Lagoon,...

Sale now on for the Siren Fleet, Master Liveaboards, Junk & Phinisi. Maldives Master Blue Spirit...
Giant manta ray

Manta Rays & Whale Sharks in Hanifaru Bay, Maldives

At any time there could be over a hundred mantas and several whale sharks feeding off the Hanifaru Bay coral reef – the world's largest feeding station.
Reef blocks

New artificial reef technology aims to restore marine environments

A pioneering system for building artificial reefs is ideal for restoring complex marine environments. One of its most important roles is to help protect vulnerable fish stocks and other marine species whose habitats are at risk.
blue whale

Migrating blue whales rely on memory to find prey

Meaning it could be difficult for whales to adapt if climate change causes food availability to deviate strongly from the whales' expectations.