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A rare and fascinating portrait of a Crab-Eating Macaque resolutely swimming through the ocean, captured by Suliman Alatiqi, tops this year’s Ocean Art underwater photography contest. The photo is a result of weeks of planning and documentation,...
Scuba Schools International (SSI) has launched a new Facebook group, Underwater Explorers Worldwide. This new community is designed to bring together divers from around the world to share their knowledge and passion for underwater adventures.
Shore dives are often under-rated. There are many stunning shore dives, indeed, two have been voted in the top ten dives of any in the world. The best shore dives list according to our readers is below.
Just like any athlete looking to optimise performance, divers that maintain a balanced and healthy diet will be much more effective in their ability to breathe, swim and stay safe. As you prepare for your next dive...
1. They can live to over 40 years old Christmas Tree worms are long-lived, although pollution and climate change might reduce their lifespan. Christmas tree worm. John A. Anderson/DepositPhotos
It's never been easy for people with disabilities to learn to dive. But the tide is turning, and there's a splash of good news: the UK boasts three dive resorts certified to offer adaptive services. But hey,...
Lighting in Murky Depths As one dives deeper into the underwater world, visibility can become a key challenge. The availability of natural light diminishes and managing artificial lighting becomes critical. The right strobes and...
The warming Mediterranean exacerbates the problem of invasive lionfish. What can divers do?
BSAC, the British Sub-Aqua Club, have released their report on last year's diving incidents in the UK and abroad. The collect the data from divers of all diving affiliations, by diving agencies in...
With red fluorescent eyes and see-through skin, this spooky fish father guards its eggs against predators.