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Fantastic Flatworms

Nudibranchs, nudibranchs, nudibranchs. They get all the glory. But what about the flatworms? Often confused for nudibranchs, these guys hold their own as some of the prettiest (and weirdest) ocean creatures. Read Full Article

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Pipefish are long and slender and mimic blades of grass and other debris for protection!

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Leopard Sharks

Leopard Sharks

Kicking off 2018 with some epic visibility and leopard sharks in January!

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Sea Lions at Play

Sea Lions at Play

Playful sea lions at the cove!

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Pacific Seahorse

Pacific Seahorse

Pacific Seahorse are one of the largest in the world and can be up to 12 inches long!

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Aktun Ha Cenote

It’s not every day that you find yourself underwater with a crocodile. Yes, I was warned there might be a juvenile croc in the cenote, and that he was diver friendly, but nothing quite gets the heart pumping like finding yourself in a cavern with a croc! Read Full Article

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DPVs

Have you ever just been tired of kicking on a dive? Want to see more of a reef or your favorite wreck in one dive? Or do you just want to be cool like James Bond zooming underwater on a scooter? Dive propulsion vehicles might just be the adventure you’re looking for. Read Full Article

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How Free-Willy became an Apex Predator

Killer Whales are not only one of the fastest animals in the ocean, but their complex hunting strategies and unique abilities to learn, memorize and implement teamwork has made them a force to be reckoned with throughout the world’s oceans. Looking at their multiple hunting techniques, we highlight the intelligence and versatility of this magnificent mammal. Read Full Article

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Molasses reef corals

Molasses reef corals

Molasses Reef, one of the most popular scuba diving destinations in North America, has experienced several bleaching events over the last 10 - 20 years.

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Article by Rob Haff

Fighting for the reefs in Key Largo, and everywhere!

In recent history, coral reefs have been faced with large scale bleaching due to warmer water temperatures and ocean acidification. In Chasing Coral you are shown a rapid bleaching event, but it doesn’t always happen that quickly. Here at Sea Dwellers Dive Center in the Keys, we have faced a few bleaching events and the reefs are not thriving as they once were even five years ago.Here is what each of us can do to help fight Global warming on a personal level. Read Full Article

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Comb Jellies: The Lanterns of the Ocean

Ctenophores, or more commonly know as comb jellies, is a group of gelatinous zooplankton globally distributed throughout the open ocean. The morphological similarities between comb jellies and jellyfish make these exquisite animals easily mistaken for ‘stingers’, but the absence of stinging cells and their iridescent colour displays make comb jellies the stingless lights of the ocean. Read Full Article

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The 12 Most Endangered Marine Mammals (Part 2)

Part 2: Blubber & fur. The IUCN Red list of threatened species indicates that approximately 447 marine species are currently listed as endangered of which 188 are in critical condition. Taking a look at the 12 most endangered marine mammals, we discuss the causes of their depletion and their current major threats. Read Full Article

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The 12 Most Endangered Marine Mammals (Part 1)

Part 1: The Gentle Giants. The IUCN Red list of threatened species indicates that approximately 447 marine species are currently listed as endangered, of which 188 are in critical condition. Taking a look at the 12 most endangered marine mammals, we discuss the causes of their depletion and their current major threats. Read Full Article

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Diving Lake Malawi

Literally diving in an aquarium, Lake Malawi contains aquarists’ favorite freshwater tank fish. Many love the beautifully colored cichlids, but few dive this beautiful lake in South Eastern Africa. Read Full Article

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Reef manta bay at Manta point - Nusa Penida

Reef manta bay at Manta point - Nusa Penida

An amazing experience with those gentle giants!

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Baby Turtle

Baby Turtle

“With every drop 💧of water you drink, every breath 🌬you take, you’re connected to the sea 🌊 . No matter where on earth 🌏 you live.” - SYLVIA EARLE. 🐢 .

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